What Treatment’s Best to Beat My Fungal Nail?

Frustrated by discoloured nails?

Get Your Personalised Treatment Recommendations*

Complete our calculator to find out what treatments maybe best for you.

Fungal infections can be horribly difficult to treat. Many people are not aware that most over-the-counter pharmacy preparations such as medicated lacquers paints and ointments have been shown to be only effective on approx 12.7 % of people. Is it right for you?

The questionnaire is designed to give you a guide to treatments that maybe best suited to your current situation.

Use our Fungal Nail Calculator to help you gauge if it’s time to seek treatment or after answering some simple questions it may head you towards our simple and easy to use resources, getting you back to Happy Healthy and Active.

Enter your responses below and our online calculator will provide you with Personalised Treatment Recommendations* you can consider. You can also down load your personalised results* and recommendations for you to keep - completely free!

Let’s get started  …

  • Have you been diagnosed as having a fungal nail infection by your general practitioner?
    Question 0 Response
  • Do you have discoloured brown yellow colours in your nails?
    Question 1 Response
  • Have you noticed the problem for less than 6 months?
    Question 2 Response
  • Is the discolouration in more than one nail?
    Question 3 Response
  • Have you noticed tinea on your skin or small flaky skin or blisters on and around your feet?
    Question 4 Response
  • Have you like others tried home remedies such as Tea tree oil etc unsuccessfully?
    Question 5 Response
  • Have you unsuccessfully tried over-the-counter pharmacy-based medications paints, lacquers or oils?
    Question 6 Response
  • Are you a patient that has unsuccessfully tried cold laser?
    Question 7 Response
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This guide, questionnaire and recommendation should not and can not replace qualified medical advice. The information on this page and website are a guide only. We strongly advise you to consult our Podiatrists or a qualified health practitioner for professional advice.
(No really come on get and see someone, you’re really unlikely to get better trolling the internet for a cure! Said with love because we care 💕 )
No medical treatment in Australia can be guaranteed, in fact it is illegal to do so. Results will vary from person to person.