Q&A: foot conditions

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What’s the cause of the pinkish-red oval area on the pad of my client’s toes?

How do I transition clients from acrylics to gel-polish when the natural nail is damaged?

I have a new client coming in and he told us he has athlete's foot. How should I deal with this? Can I work on his feet?

Is it true that when you remove calluses with a razor, they come back harder?

Does discoloration on my toenails indicate there is still fungus present?

I think my client has MMA damaged nails. How can I fix them?

Why do some of my clients’ toenails seem to warp with age?

Why would my client’s toenails just fall off?

I have a client who told me she has a “pressure callus.” How should I treat it?

Is it true that some callus buildup can be caused by a fungus?

What is the proper way to smooth callused heels?

Is it true that it’s common for cross country runners to lose their toenails?

Is it common for cross country runners to lose their toenails?

What should you do when a client wants to get a toe enhancement but there’s no nail plate to work with?

Is it OK to file a callus all the way down, or should I leave some?

How can I remove callus from the feet if it's illegal in my state to use a metal rasps and such?

Are there special considerations when cutting elderly clients' toenails?

How do I advise clients to care for their nails that were damaged by improper drill use?

My pedicure client has deep cracks in her heels. Is it safe to work on her?

I have a client who has been working on her feet for 36 years and is now developing painful calluses. How can I ease her pain?

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