Blisters, scratches, bumps, and cuts are a fact of life. And for the most part, applying a Band-Aid or antibiotic ointment does the trick. But if you suffer from diabetes, even the tiniest scratch can quickly escalate into a serious situation if you’re not careful.
Gout causes pain in your foot’s joints when it isn’t naturally expelled from the body.
Flat feet happen when the arches of the foot collapse or become loose. Arches can become weak as time goes by and make the ankle weaker. This causes discomfort along the upper body.
Calluses are triggered by the accumulation of dead skin that congeals on the foot. They can be helpful in theory, but they actually cause more trouble than good!
Corns can become a severe problem if they become infected which can hurt standard tissue or reduce foot movement.
Peripheral Arterial Disease is a condition that causes the flow of blood to be limited in the leg’s arteries.
Neuromas can be painful since they involve nerve activity, which can produce severe instances of pain or numbness when damaged.
A Foot Rash can happen for many reasons. One rash form, known as contact dermatitis, is where the skin is sensitive to certain elements.
Amniotic Injections using stem cells are a viable alternative to invasive surgical procedures for healing injured areas of the foot.
Flat feet can be a significant impediment to running and can cause a number of issues including discomfort in the heel and ankles and also a tendency of over-pronation.
Blisters are cause for concern since they can produce pain and result in infection.
Corns have firm centers and are surrounded by inflamed skin that can occur on different parts of the toes and cause discomfort as they are exposed to increasing amounts of pressure.
A hammertoe can become very stiff and almost impossible to bend without surgery if it is left untreated, therefore you should seek treatment to prevent future complications.
Corns can be a painful nuisance, but if treated properly, you and your feet can avoid future complications.
As it can be seen, foot odor is preventable, but can be a cause for concern if not treated correctly.
Blisters on feet can form after pressures occur on the feet from bad fitting shoes.
Calluses demand our immediate attention because they can be felt more easily as they get bigger.
Flat feet can come at any time and should be treated to avoid complications.
Our podiatrist, Dr. Joel S. Segalman, DPM at the Performance Foot & Ankle Specialists, LLC, can help to treat your blisters and give your feet a good chance of overcoming this condition.