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Dr. Christopher Stewart
Dr. Christopher Stewart

http://www.cvillefootankle.com/

Podiatrist Dr. Christopher Stewart joins Les Sinclair to talk about how to prepare your feet for summer running and exercise.

Novo Nail Solution.
This advanced, multi-purpose solution was created in order to provide an antifungal topical that does not have any discoloring side-effects like many other topicals and provides additional moisture to the skin and nails. The soothing aloe and lavender ingredients are perfect to help moisturize and protect rough, fungal areas. This proprietary solution can also be used to treat athlete’s foot, ringworm, and several other fungal skin infections. It is perfect for an antifungal massage oil or lubricant for easily irritated areas on the feet. Runners often use our topical to prevent blistering before a long run. We also recommend that our patients take a bottle with them to a pedicure and have the nail technician use NovoNail Solution as a massage oil instead of their usual cream. This adds some antifungal protection to the pedicure experience, which unfortunately tends to create many fungal infections. Suggested Retail Price: $40.00 per bottle

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