Bare feet need to be presentable year-round in case of toga-party invites or last-minute assignments to stomp all the bubble wrap at the office. Be ready to ditch your shoes with today’s Groupon: for $299, you get a laser nail-fungus treatment package for both feet at Advanced Footcare (up to a $795 value). The package includes the following:
- Laser treatment for toenail fungus (up to a $500 value)
- Three office visits, including an initial visit (up to a $115 value) and two follow-up visits (up to a $45 value each)
- Pathology testing (up to a $90 value)<p>
Captained by a trio of podiatrists, Advanced Footcare’s wellness specialists alleviate sub-ankle ailments with 20-minute laser treatments designed to annihilate foot fauna. Dr. Charles Mutschler, Dr. Harold Reinhartz, and Dr. Vann Johnson peer at toes in an initial appointment, training modern lasers on fuzz and invisible blights from elf-cobbled shoes. Warming beams elicit phantom pinpricks under keratins as they vaporize offensive fungi without inflicting damage to nails or nail beds. Full results unfold as claws continue to grow naturally in the absence of cumbersome muck. Patients can outfit digits in polish or sneakers immediately after treatments, which cause no side effects or downtime. Pathology testing investigates the underlying causes of fungus, which include hoof injuries, raised levels of perspiration, or absence at a sorcerer’s birthday party, and follow-up appointments check in with pristine-footed patrons.
THE PATIENT AND ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS A RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT, OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY OTHER SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT THAT IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF AND WITHIN 72 HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE FREE, DISCOUNTED FEE, OR REDUCED FEE SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT.
The podiatrists at Advanced Footcare, led by Dr. Charles Mutschler, Dr. Harold Reinhartz, and Dr. Vann Johnson, treat the foot and ankle ailments of athletes, children, and seniors with a combination of advanced technology and manual healing. When addressing issues such as tendon injuries and muscle pain, the doctors use shockwave therapy to stimulate the body’s self-healing mechanisms. Lasers are used to eliminate foot fungus and erase unwanted spider veins while keeping healthy tissue intact.
In addition to more futuristic treatments, the team also performs surgeries and prescribes medication and devices. Hands-on techniques can ease pain from sports practices or everyday refrigerator-lifting, such as active-release therapy, which addresses the internal scar tissue that binds free-moving muscles.