Monday, July 14, 2014


Early detection is critical when it comes to melanoma of the foot. This type of cancer is easy to overlook but can have deadly consequences if allowed to go untreated.
When checking for any signs of this disease, be sure to notice the soles, the area in between the toes, and the skin around or under the toenails for any freckles or spots that have changed over time. Any alteration in the border, color, diameter, or elevation of a freckle or spot should be immediately reported to your podiatrist since those are the main indicators of melanoma of the foot.
Routine self-exams are the keys to ensure early identification of this potential deadly disease.

For additional questions please contact our FAMILY FOOT CARE at 704-786-4482 or visit at
HINT: Even areas of the body that are rarely exposed to the sun can develop melanoma.

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