2352082221,2351400901 9, ANDROUTSOU STR, Katerini

Leg Treatments


Leg Treatments
Dedoglou Evaggelia, Katerini 


Nail rehabilitation


The method called orthonychia (nail rehabilitation) is used to treat nail diseases by correcting the wrong course of the nail by using splints. The lamina is used to firmly hold the lateral portions of the nail so as not to penetrate the soft finger molecules.

This therapeutic method uses lamellae, which the pedicle places on the nail. The positive thing is that ortonychia does not cause pain and it is bloodless, so that the patient's daily life is not affected by the lamellae, and he can continue to carry on any of his activities.

The stent treatment lasts about one and a half years, so that the onyx is properly recovered.


Foot Print


It is an examination through which we collect information on the anatomy of the tread, it is abnormal and involves two stages:

  1. The static
  2. The dynamic

It is done with the help of a pediatrician who is a digital platform with sensors that record the pressures of the feet. It connects to a computer and analyzes all data.




Cosmetic paraffin is a deep moisturizing wax and scrub of hands and feet.




Onychomycosis affects almost exclusively adults and co-exist with fungal infections of their feet.

Initially, nail discoloration (yellow, white, brown) appears on one side of the nail and in contact with the toothpaste. Gradually the discoloration increases and can extend to the whole nail.

At the same time, the keratin concentration increases and the nail rises from its bed (onycholysis).

Eventually the nail becomes brittle and breaks. Rarely, nail thickening and dystrophy are observed. It should be noted that infection, and especially transfection, is through itching that often accompanies some forms of fungal infections and rarely with contact.


Athletic Foot


The athlete's foot (foot lesion) is a fungal infection such as lichen and itching in the groin. It is common among athletes, but it can happen to any non-athlete.

It appears more often among the fingers, but it can also spread to toenails or fingertips. It usually happens because the shoes provide the warm, humid and dark environment where growth of the fungus is favored.

The first symptoms are usually intense itching and burning between the fingers. If not treated the symptom of the athlete's foot may also create skin peeling, blistering, dry and scaly skin, and even nail dropping.

Fortunately, the athlete's foot is usually an easily treatable fungus and is easily avoided. It is recommended to use an antifungal powder or spray in shoes and wear socks of wool or cotton.

Also, wear light, well-ventilated shoes, wear flip flops in the shower when it's shared and dry feet.


Diabetic Foot Care Rules


  1. We control the soles with the help of a mirror that we touch on the opposite wall or on the floor, or with the help of relatives and friends if there are injuries.
  2. We check the insides for any wounds.
  3. We treat our feet daily. Wash them and wipe them thoroughly so that all the moisture between the fingers leaves.
  4.  We do not leave them for a long time in the water. Before washing, we check the temperature not to be over 37 ° C.
  5. Do not cut deep nails, just straight and leave no angles. Avoid sharps, use a nail clipper and a file, or else we're looking for specialist pediatricians.
  6.  a) We do not use keratolytic ointments or caustic stickers for calluses.
     b) We do not remove dead skin with sharp objects (scissors, razor, rasp, etc.)
     c) Do not break bubbles and always contact a specialist
  7. On dry feet we can use an emollient cream mainly with urea. We avoid cosmetics with alcohol and antiseptics on healthy skin.
  8. We never move barefoot, inside or out of the house or in the summer. We prefer we always wear white socks.
  9. We do not touch our feet in radiators (radiators, stoves, etc.).
  10.  a) We care for our shoes to be comfortable and soft without high heels.
     b) We manually test the old couples for hard protrusions inside them that are particularly dangerous.
     c) The new ones must be worn in the first days alternately with the old ones.
     d) People with calluses, anatomical anomalies or leg deformities should use specially designed shoes (always after consulting the doctor).




Warts can cause concern to patients as they may be accompanied by severe pain, itching or bleeding and if they are found on the legs, it can make walking difficult.




Callus can be caused by a number of causes, such as narrow and poor quality footwear, toe deformities, cushioning of the center of gravity of the foot, degeneration of the adipose tissue in the foot.

Its treatment depends on the callus type.




Androutsou 9, Katerini 60100 / Pierias
Sub-branch: Apostolon 11, Litochoro
Phone: 2352082221,2351400901
Cell: 6938123153