Podiatrist in Taipei

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Podiatrist in Taipei

Postby expat newbie » 03 Apr 2005, 19:03

I'm having some toenail problems - ingrown - that I need to get taken care of. Anyone have any recommendations for a podiatrist in Taipei area?

Thanks!
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Postby She » 09 Apr 2005, 14:10

a general practitioner/physician should be able to remove ingrowns for you (well they do so out here in Australia)
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Postby yangdemei » 10 Sep 2005, 01:13

*BUMP* anyone else have any info on this?
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Re: Podiatrist in Taipei

Postby frika » 11 Nov 2010, 16:37

Bump from 5 years ago.

I have two killer ingrown toenails and am terrified to get them taken care of... but it's been about 5 years since I had them... soooo... anyone?
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Re: Podiatrist in Taipei

Postby duck » 09 Apr 2012, 11:35

A female GP @ Dr Bear in Tianmu suggested I look for a plastic surgeon or dermatologist. The said plastic surgeon will probably give me a more aesthetically pleasing result than the dermatologist. Unfort she had no plastic surgeon to recommend to me, so I'm still looking.

Anyone have any plastic surgeon recommendations?
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