Warts Treatment

What are plantar warts?

Warts are a skin lesion frequently seen on the feet (and hands). They are caused by a viral infection. If left untreated, warts can spread to other parts of the body or to those around you.

Symptoms of warts

  • Warts may be flat or raised
  • They may be painful, but not always
  • Often appear with red, brown or black spots in them, but not always

Treatment for plantar warts on the foot

  • Every suspicious lesion should be examined carefully by a Cincinnati podiatrist
  • We use medication to remove warts. This process allows the wart to be treated with minimal to no pain

Additional Sources

Warts are Caused by a Virus

We are looking for feet with warts. Warts are caused by a virus. So they are contagious. Spring and summer is the season for warts to spread. Summertime and shoes are off. Frequently we are around the pool where the surface is wet. That's where warts thrive moist wet...

What are Plantar Warts and How Do You Treat Them?

Plantar Warts (verruca plantaris), also known as myrmecia, are small, hard, noncancerous skin growths that affect the foot, but typically appear on the heels or balls (plantar side) of the foot. They commonly occur in children, adolescents and the elderly. Plantar...

Why are Warts more Prevalent in the Summer?

Typically, warts on the feet are benign lesions and are most commonly spread during the summer months when people wear shoes and socks less and are in and out of pools, locker rooms and showers regularly. Warts are usually harmless, but they could become infected and...

Common Conditions About Diagnosing Foot Problems

Do You Ever Self-Diagnose Foot Problems Using Google? We all love the internet. There is a lot of information we can easily glean from it. But take care not to over-diagnose or misdiagnose yourself when it comes to several issues of the foot and ankle. In this article...

Having Foot or Ankle Problems?

Dr. Titko has more than 20 years of medical and surgical experience treating foot and ankle conditions. Feel free to contact us at: (513) 729-4455 and speak to our trained staff. Contact us today!