Trimming of Super Thick Fungal Nails: FULL TREATMENT

Trimming of Super Thick Fungal Nails: FULL TREATMENT


TB: We use the nail file afterwards, okay? Daughter: Okay. TB: But you have to do one thing. You know what that is? You have to sit there and look pretty. (laughter) TB: I’m sure you can do that, right? Okay, so let’s trim these nails. Poor you! These don’t hurt you walking around? Daughter: Yeah, they do. TB: They do? I’m sure. D: That’s why I said they need to come and… See, I’m off work so I can I can take her. TB: Oh, that’s nice. D: If I am working, there is no way I can do it because of the timeframe. And you’re are you open on Saturdays? TB: Open on Saturdays. D: Really! TB: Monday to Saturday. D: Oh my goodness! I never knew that, but I bet you’re always booked on Saturdays. TB: Its a pretty busy day. D: I’m sure because for most people, that’s the available time they have. TB: Yeah, so we work 9:00 a.m. 9:30 till around 6:30 to 7:30 at night. D: Really? I never knew that! TB: Yeah. So now we’re working on a big; one a little bit little. You okay? P: Yeah. TB: You’re too cool for words aren’t you? D: Look at that. Whoah! Almost looks like it is going to fall out, ay? TB: But it’s not going anywhere if we don’t trim it. P: Do you mean that’s all my toenails I’m gonna get? TB: Yeah. P: Oh my goodness! Why, because they’re hard? TB: Because it looks like they’ve been damaged as well. So as you get older, and if you leave the nail to grow too long, and that’s what happens. D: Okay. Wow. It’s like they’re brittle like it’s just… TB: Coming right off. D: Yeah. TB: So the rest we’re gonna file nice. D: My goodness, TB: So now, we’re gonna make you into a house cat so no more street fights, okay? You gotta stay inside look and look pretty. (laughter) D: Now she can wear her closed shoes. She wasn’t able to wear the closed one. Because they were paining her when she does it. TB: Yeah, it’s a little too thick for closed toed shoes. So I know you’re gonna go home and put on the heels right away, right? D: You’re so funny! Oh my goodness! TB: I finally got something out of you today. Look at you; now you’re laughing! Oh, I thought you weren’t listening to me? I thought you weren’t listening to me but you were. D: Just kind of scared to see what’s gonna happen you know. TB: Any pain? P: No. TB: No. D: Good, good. TB: You want me to save these nails? We can put it on a necklace for you as a memory. (laughter) You laughing still? That’s good. D: I wouldn’t want to see that! TB: Forget pearls, this is the new pearls! See I know I can joke with you Caribbean girls. I guess you guys can handle it. Mama can handle it right? D: You make me scared to look at it. TB: No, I’m scared too. I’m not gonna look! Just keep my eyes closed. Any pain? P: No. TB: No. D: It’s okay. TB: We’re going nice and slow nice and gentle. D: Which foot normally pains you, Mom?
Which foot is it on, this one? Is that foot the one that always pains you? P: Both of them. D: Both of them. Okay. TB: But now no excuse. Now when the dance come, now you get a bump and wind. You’re gonna dance and move you’re gonna be moving now. Nothing can stop you! D: Nothing can hold her back! TB: No excuses now! So when the dance floor opens, that’s where you’re gonna be. TB: Okay, we’re getting quite a lot off even without using the file yet. So see this part? You see all that? That’s all dead skin, fungus, D: Really? TB: That’s living underneath the nail. How much better is that though? D: It’s so much better! TB: Okay, we got one more foot. One more foot so that means one more one more camera angle. I say we got to make you super-famous. Okay. You okay? P: Yes, yes. TB: So you don’t be shy in the future to tell somebody that your nails are too long, okay? You gotta let them know; you’re too sweet. I just had an idea what you can do next time If they’re getting long but you don’t want to tell anyone just just touch them with your nails, just scratch them a little bit. They’ll know give them a little paw. D: Well now that I found you, I’ll take her more often. So maybe I can book an appointment two much from the now? TB: Yeah. D: On a Saturday though. TB: Yeah, that’s no problem. So we’ll start with two months, see how much the nail grows back. Sometimes these thicker ones don’t grow too fast. You, okay? Was that a little sore? P: Please (say again)? TB: Was that sore or no? P: No. D: It’s not hurting? TB: Are you lying or you just being sweet? D: Does it hurt you when he’s cutting it? TB: A little bit? Was it a little sensitive? D: Did it hurt? P: A little bit. TB: A little bit. Okay, so next time, throw something at her so I know. (laughter) See the problem with this one, the nail was so curled, it was growing into the skin. D: Wow! TB: If you want to look it right over here. D: That would have been hard, ay? Are you able to cut it out? TB: Yeah, I got out and luckily, it didn’t pierce the skin.. It was just right into it. D: Wow! TB: That was the only sort piece; it was deep! This one right here. That’s why I was a little bit sensitive for you. P: Okay. TB: But you made it through. D: Thank God, yeah. D: That clipper works wonders, ay, with your arms? TB: The both of them. You okay? D: Is it at all a bit painful there? P: Uh humm. TB: Yeah, this one was right in the skin too on that side? Wooh! Almost had a wound. Take a look at this one. This is good for you to see. It’s really deep really deep in the corner. Luckily, there’s no cut. D: That’s good. Maybe that’s why that one was stinging there. TB: Both of them. This one and this one. That’s why it was sore when I trimmed them. You didn’t feel anything on all the other ones, right? P: No. TB: Just these two because those ones were the most growing into the skin. But it wasn’t too painful was it? P: No, no. TB: No just a little touch just to let you know you’re alive. See if there’s no pain, there’s no fun in that. Okay. What we’re gonna do is put the feet down. And I’m gonna file the toenails flat. D: So you’re finished? That was fast. TB: Yeah. Perfect okay, so this doesn’t hurt. What we’re doing is using the file with a little bit of water. To make everything nice and smooth. Okay. P: Yes. TB: Let’s see if we can go nice and close. So, what will happen in the future, will be nice, it won’t be so much work in the future because we’re gonna get them extremely thin. It won’t focus on your on your foot. There we go. Okay, so there’s a little bit of water that keeps the toe nice and cool. If you feel any heat, you let me know. Look at her, you’re not a chicken. You’re a tough girl. Or you like the heat. In the Caribbean we like the heat. We’re gonna keep it cool. So you just relax. There’s a little bit of water, okay? Here we go. Any pain? P: No. TB: Today is like a little spa day for you. D: How long have you been doing this? TB: :I’ve been sitting in that chair since a little baby in this room watching pops do this. D: Oh really? So where is Pops? TB: Pops retired now. D: Okay. TB: He’s taking it easy D: That’s good. You really liked it? TB:As a kid I hated it. My job was to take off the shoes and socks for everybody. But if I grew old, all right, I learned to enjoy it. D: That’s good. It’s good you enjoy what you’re doing. TB: Yeah, I like what I do. It’s a lot of fun. D: You do it well. EB: Thank you. I have a lot of fun doing this. It’s like sculpting. D: You like sculpting? TB: I didn’t before but now I do. So we’re gonna make this as thin as we can, okay? D: Does it bother you. TB: You okay? Is it the vibration? We’re almost done. Does it hurt or it’s just sensitive? Is there heat? What did you feel? D: Was it hurting your toe? TB: You felt a little heat, uh? D: Was it heat? She felt a little heat. TB: You felt a little bit of heat? We’re almost done. But look at that now! Yeah, it’s just this one side that’s a little sensitive. But the more I remove, the more you don’t have to see this bald head no more. So yeah, we’re gonna keep you good for a while, okay Look at that. P: Looks good. They’re getting excited now D: Oh wow! It looks good! TB: Can you imagined that she said it looks good? If you said it looks good, then it really must look good. See, look at that. We have too much fun here; It’s nice. And now the feet are looking good, too. D: I wonder why when you go to the esthetician, when they’re doing your, Like see when I have this hard part on my toe… TB: Yeah. D: I asked them to file it down but they were afraid to file it down. Why is it they are afraid? And you can file it down? TB: Because I’m not afraid. No because you know I went to school. You learn about all this. I watched my dad do this a long time. You know how much to take, when to stop. D: Right, right. You’re more like an expert in what you doing and that’s good. TB: I try to be. D: You’ve been practicing, right? TB: Yeah. Look at that. D: Wow, Mom! You have new feet now. TB: You better protect him. I think she wants them now. TB: Well, you’re gonna be looking at your feet like this soon. In a couple of years. D: In a couple of years? Don’t say that! TB: You gotta take good care of them. I know you’re a young girl still. D: I know. D: So now that we found you, we can stop worrying about it. You’re a person who does a good job, you know. Because not very many people do a good job anyway. But I’m glad I can choose to come more often to get it done. But not everybody is supposed to do that, if they’re a terrible diabetic. They don’t have the kind of tools that you use. (conversation between mother and daughter) TB: Okay. P: Thank you very much. It looks nice. TB: How’s that looking? D: It looks better. P: It looks good! TB: You better watch it! The boys will be chasing at now they see this young girl with nice feet now. They’re gonna be wanting more! TB: You’re laughing mom. That’s good! You come and get your feet done, you laugh a little, you walk out looking good. Look at that now. D: It’s so much better. P: It looks good. TB: You sure? P: Oh, yes! TB: Okay, so we come back in two months, see how much is grown back, and that will give us a good idea how often you need to come. Okay? If they haven’t grown too much, next time you come in, we’ll file the nails again. But then we book the next appointment a little bit longer. I want you just to come in just enough; you don’t have to come in too soon. I don’t want you to come in too long.

100 thoughts on “Trimming of Super Thick Fungal Nails: FULL TREATMENT”

  1. Toe Bro you are so nice. Especially to the elderly. You always go slow and talk the patient thru the process. I see others on YouTube who seem to do a good job but they go so fast and do not give the client any ownership of the process. Respect is worth so much. I wish you were located nearby so I could bring my father to your office. We live in Clearwater, Florida.

  2. I love how you treat the elderly. It makes me almost tear up! So many people are not as kind, and are willing to speak to them, especially not flirt a little…….

    Men in the health field don’t realize how much it makes the elderly women feel. It makes their entire world for a long time! (Unless they’re suffering from dementia or the later stages of that). Even then, U make their at least as long as you’re working on them feel better and younger. 🤗

    Ur an angel toebro. 😇

  3. Would a dremel variable speed work for me? What kind of grinder do you use. I live in California and a trip to Canada is logistically impossible for us.

  4. Is there anything over-the-counter that can help nails that have a little bit of fungus. I have a couple of nails a little thicker but they’re still nice and white

  5. Years ago we took my grandma to have her toenails cut. She had really thick nails. We teased her that after she had her nails done she could go out and buy the stripper shoes she always wanted. She laughed hysterically. I miss her. She had a wicked sense of humor…lol.

  6. I’m not worried about my toes, but I have sensitive feet so I’ve clinching my teeth as I watch the clipping moments.

  7. I have to wake up in like 4 hours to go to work but here I am watching this right now 😬😱🤦🏼‍♀️🤣

  8. I love your channel so much! My reasons are , you send the patient home with nails that look nice. I have watched other channels and they filed him down using a Dremel but there's all kinds of leftover dead skin still sticky not been the toenails aren't even and they look really sloppy and bad. You treat your patients with such kindness, respect and you are a lot of fun to hang out with 🙂 you just do an all-around really great job!

  9. I was going to ask about the cuticle. Can that be cleaned out or does that have to stay thick around like the cuticle on the sides of the toenail?

  10. I can not believe the daughter who brought her in! For how bad her toes were and her making the comment about her work schedule. I wonder how many times when she was little her mother took off work to take her to the doctors. AND when he said it would be much easier to cut them in the future she brings up scheduling a 2 month follow up. That is the woman who raised you, cut your nails, wiped your nose and a$$ before you could do it yourself now it's your turn to help her and your above it. My only hope is that women's kids learns from their mother and she gets the same treatment when she is older because she deserves a hefty dose of karma.

  11. I wish there would be more people who really care about their patients like you . Me and my husband were both in the medical field and we are really impressed by the quality of your work and the care you put into it .

  12. You are awesome. Your very respectful to your patients. I totally admire your kindness and bed side manner. I know you get told this alot, but your arms are very impressive.

  13. I enjoy your videos, thank you for sharing them with us. I just think if the camera was situated from your piont of view we would be able to understand the full aspect of the different cases you see. As it is now your hand covers alot during most of your procedures at least most of the videos I've seen and I have watched alot of them. Just a thought.

  14. Awe you are soo sweet with the older ladies."flirting and make them relaxed God bless you. Love your videos.👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😍💕🇬🇧

  15. I have always noticed your seed bead bracelet with the button closure. Did a patient make this for you? I love it! 🙂

  16. Painful looking, hard to imagine how the toes got in that shape. How are hammer toes caused?

  17. My mom recently began using this fungus treatment plan “Tαkαnu Yuzo” (Google it) for his deformed as well as blackish toe nails. Her nails have become much better several weeks later. Her toes nails are now growing with a different clear colour.. .

  18. Soon after 2 weeks, I already noticed some transformations on my toenails. I`ve employing this particular fungus infection treatment plan “Tαkαnu Yuzo” (Google it) each morning as well as in the evening. Within just Two weeks the brownish blackish spot I had on my nail from fungus infection was gone.. .

  19. That lady bugs me… "to busy" to take ur mother to the doctor? How about, take the damn day off? Your mom's health should be #1 priority.

  20. That shot of your bicep at 6:24 distracted me from the toenail crisis. You have been working out dear. But as much as you work I don’t know when you have time. Those hours are crazy. Did your dad work those hours too?
    You’re such a sweetheart. It’s easy to see why your patients like you. Good Job. Thanks for letting this old lady tease you.💖

  21. My mom lately began making use of this fungus treatment plan “Tαkαnu Yuzo” (Google it) for his disfigured and also blackish toe nails. Right after a couple of weeks, her nails have begun to become healthy back again. Her toes nails are now developing with a different clear colour.. .

  22. I loved the comment that if you hurt her, throw something at her daughter. I got a good chuckle.

  23. Hi from Ohio, Doc. Enjoy your videos. The podiatrist at the VA Hospital here takes very good care of my feet. Please put an ear on your logo. Without it, it makes you look kind of alien. lol

  24. You have excellent patient care skills
    I appreciate the way you interact with your patients
    Thank you for the wonderful videos

  25. What shapely feet she has. I know they danced many a night when they were younger. So good to see her being treated so respectfully.

  26. These videos serve to show why you shouldn’t wait too long to get professional help for your feet. These didn’t happen overnight. Never ignore your feet

  27. Boy, you are putting my podiatrist to SHAME!!! You are exactly what we need more of. It's a NEW FOOT REVOLUTION!

    Thank you for showing us all how it's done. HOORAY for CANADA ♡

  28. It's wonderful to see loving care in action! Thankfully her daughter brought her in to receive the much needed care to help relieve some of the pressure causing the client pain. Perhaps this could help her walk more too?

  29. Your demeanor is amazing. I wish out was something that could be taught but that's your innate gift. God Bless 👣👣👣

  30. Your demeanor is amazing. I wish out was something that could be taught but that's your innate gift. God Bless 👣👣👣

  31. You should watch the Meticulous Manicurist… she makes the toenails look nice. Also, there is a product from the Netherlands for nail mycosis that worked to get my nails back to normal. You should try it on your clients. I tried everything for 10 years before that and nothing worked… bleach, fungus treatments, filing. This solution worked wonders in a matter of weeks.

  32. I just tried to watch another channel and I couldn't because he wasn't as kind and sweet to his patients.

  33. Johnathan is so loving and patient with his elderly clients. He is so gentle with them. I have been watching the other foot specialists. They either do a half-assed job because:
    (A) they don't want to take the time to be thorough or
    (B) they just hog off everything, not hurting the clients, possibly, but not at all concerned about the clients' fear of being hurt.
    Johnathan is the best.

  34. What do you do about foot Odor? My
    My brother had feet that no mater what he did or used had feet. That smelled bad. You couldn't have his shoes or boots in the. House. No mater how much b email bathed..

  35. Jonathon: You are so kind and considerate to your patients. I wish I lived in Toronto so I could see you! Keep up the good work! Love your videos and your show.

  36. Jonathan, do you have the cutting edges of your clippers sharpened after thorough cleaning? I would think that those thickened nails would dull the cutting edges.

  37. I love how you treat your patients, and you are incredibly gifted at your profession. I’m glad you realize how blessed you are to love what you do. Congratulations on all your successes.

  38. You do a great job but i would like for you to move your hands out of the way because we can't see much. Xoxox

  39. Dr. Toe Bro your a true caring Dr. Your amazing with every patient. Love your comforting voice and manner. A shout out goes to your father. He sure did a great job teaching you compassion and caring. Love your show. I’m a big fan .

  40. I feel so sad for these working people with such hurtful feet. You are doing such a great job! Thank you!

  41. Even though she has fungus on her toenails and she is an older woman, I wonder if she would’ve taken antifungal treatment?

  42. You are so cute and so nice, its very refreshing to see that in a dr. Makes me smile, i love watching your videos, i still have to close my eyes on some of the ones where you take off the whole nail. But i still watch, thank you

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