Verrucas

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Verrucas are small growths that usually develop on the soles of the feet. They can be painful if you put weight on them when you stand up or walk.

Verrucas are fairly easy to identify. They look like small, flat white circles of skin that often have black dots in the centre.

Most verrucas will often eventually clear up by themselves, but this can take a long time. There are over-the-counter verruca creams, gels and plasters that may help.

Read more about treating verrucas.

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You can self-refer into community physiotherapy services. Simply call 0207 871 0545 to make an appointment. Your initial contact with one of our chartered physiotherapists may be over the phone, where you will either be given advice on appropriate treatment, or a face-to-face consultation will be arranged.

Should you wish to speak to your GP first, simply make an appointment with your local practice. If your GP refers you, one of our patient care advisers will contact you within 48 hours to arrange an appointment.

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