Fungus seeks out warm, dark places to dwell, which is why it’s commonly found lurking in shoes and within the hearts of men. Shine a light with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $249 for laser toenail-fungus removal for one foot (a $500 value)
- $349 for laser toenail-fungus removal for both feet (a $650 value)<p>
A Cutera GenesisPlus laser destroys nail fungus without harming the surrounding nails or skin. Clear nails grow out within the next several months, pushing out the previously infected nail. Each treatment takes about 15 minutes per foot; it may take up to 3 treatments to remove all foot fungus. Additional treatments will be discounted for Groupon customers.<p>
Advanced Foot Specialists
Two decades in podiatry have prepared Drs. Rosanne B. Clement and Jeff Osbourne to treat an array of hoof-related symptoms at their private practice. The pair specializes in laser treatments and traditional surgery to remove bunions, toenail fungus, and ingrown toenails, and nestles feet into diabetic shoes. Their clinic is also one of the few in the Midwest certified in casting for Sole Supports orthotics, custom foot inserts preferred by many college and professional athletes. When they're not busy treating patients in the office, the doctors dedicate their time to unique pursuits; Dr. Clement gives back to her fields as a fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, and Dr. Osbourne makes house calls to treat less mobile patients.
94% of 68 customers recommend
“Professional and comforting.”
“Really liked the corresponding deals after the initial visit. This business reduced the price of the second and third visits by 50% as an incentive to return. They...”
“Really liked the corresponding deals after the initial visit. This business reduced the price of the second and third visits by 50% as an incentive to return. They got my business and hopefully by the time I have my last visit, my toenail fungus will be history”
“Loved the fact that they have Saturday hours. Personal service was excellent..answered a lot of questions.”