New Nail Injury Repair Kits from Myfootshop.com

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Injuries to the finger and toe that result in damage to the nail are one of the most common injuries seen in the emergency room. Myfootshop.com responds to this need with two new ready-to-go kits designed to treat traumatic nail avulsions and bruised nails.

One of the most common injuries seen in the emergency room is an injury to the finger or toe that involves damage to the nail. Damage to the nail can result in partial or complete disruption (avulsion) of the nail or a bruise beneath the nail called a subungual hematoma. In both cases, injuries to the nail can be painful and a challenge for patients to manage.

In response to the demand for information regarding these injuries, Myfootshop.com introduced two new products specifically targeted at helping patients manage finger nail and toe nail injuries. These products include The Nail Injury Repair Kit for Nail Avulsions and The Nail Injury Repair Kit for Subungual Hematoma. Each kit contains instructions and supplies that are needed to manage injuries of the finger nail or toe nail.

Jeffrey A. Oster, DPM, medical director of Myfootshop.com described the introduction of these two new products based on a need in the marketplace. “The primary reason that people visit Myfootshop.com is to learn about foot and ankle conditions. To do so, they search our foot and ankle knowledge base. And for some time now, we’ve seen that toe nail injuries were one of the most frequently searched conditions. We realized that there was a need for information and products to help manage nail injuries” said Oster. He added, “Each of the Nail Injury Repair Kits is designed to help folks manage nail injuries until a good healthy nail replaces the injured nail.”

Myfootshop.com is an educational website that focuses on foot and ankle problems. Myfootshop.com provides education information and products for foot and ankle conditions.

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