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Diabetes and Your Feet
...Look for puncture wounds, bruises, pressure areas, redness, warmth, blisters, ulcers, scratches, cuts and nail problems...

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... When to Call A Doctor   Foot Problems General Statistics Achilles Problems Achilles Tendonitis | Peroneal Tendon Dislocation| Xanthomas of the Achilles Tendon Ankle Problems Ankle Sprain | Chronic Lateral Ankle Pain | Osteochondritis Arch and Ball Problems Flat Feet | Metatarsalgia | Plantar Fibromas | Sesamoiditis Common Foot Injuries Ankle Sprain Injuries | Broken Ankle | Fractures | Osteochondritis | Osteochondromas | Shin Splints | Sports Injuries Deformities Amniotic Bank Syndrome | Bunions | Claw Toe | Clubfoot | Dysplasia |  Flat Feet | Gordon Syndrome | Haglinds Deformity | Hallux Limitus | Hallux Rigidus | Hallux Varus | Hammertoes | Jackson Weiss Syndrome | Mallet Toes | Metatarsalgia | Osteomyelitis | Overlapping or Underlapping Toes | Peroneal Tendon Dislocation | Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction | Sesamoiditis | Spurs | Tarsal Coalition Diabetes and Your Feet   Diseases of the Foot Arthritis | Cancer | Charcot Foot | Freiberg's Disease | Gout | Kaposi's Sarcoma | Kohler's Disease | Maffucci's Syndrome | Ollier's Disease | Raynaud's Disease | Seiver's Disease Fungus Problems Common Fungal Problems | Athletes Foot | Fungal Nails | Other Tips | Prevention Heel Problems Haglunds Deformity | Heel Callus | Heel Fissures | Plantar Fasciitis Nail Problems Black Toenails | Ingrown Toenails | Nail Fungus Skin Problems Allergies | Athletes Foot | Blisters | Burning Feet | Calluses | Corns | Cysts | Frostbite | Fungus | Gangrene | Lesions | Psoriasis | Smelly Feet and Foot Odor | Swelling | Ulcers | Warts Toe Problems Bunions | Claw Toe | Digital Deformity | Hallux Limitus | Hallux Rigidis | Hallux Varus | Hammertoes | Intoeing | Overlapping or Underlapping Toes | Subungal Exotosis | Turf Toe Vascular/Nerve Problems Acrocyanosis | Alcoholic Neuropathy | Chilblains (Cold Feet) | Erythromelalgia | Ischemic Foot | Neuroma | Spasms | Venous Stasis Overview of Feet and Anke Problems Basic Foot Care Guidelines   Medical Care Diagnostic Procedures Computed Tomography | MRI | Ultrasound | X-Rays Orthotics Pain Management General Information and Tips | Pain Management for Specific Conditions Surgical Procedures General Information | Achilles Surgery | Ankle Surgery | Arthritis Surgery | Arthroscopy | Bunion Surgery | Cyst Removal | Flatfoot Correction | Heel Surgery | Metatarsal Surgery | Nerve Surgery | Toe Surgery Therapies Athlete's Foot Treatment | Cryotherapy | Extracorporeal Shock Wave | Fungal Nail Treatment | Physical Therapy | Iontophoresis | Neurolysis Fitness and Your Feet Exercise Those Toes | Aerobics | Fitness and Your Feet | Stretching | Walking and Your Feet | Jogging and Running Sports and Your Feet Baseball | Basketball | Cycling | Golf | Jogging and Running | Tennis Foot Care Basic Foot Care Guidelines | Athletic Foot Care | Blisters | Childrens Feet | Corns and Calluses | Diabetic Foot Care | Foot Care for Seniors | Foot Self Exam | Pedicures | Your Feet at Work | Bunion Prevention | Burning Feet | Ingrown Nails | Nutrition For Your Feet Women's Feet High Heels | Stockings...

Summer Footwear Guide: Boat Shoes
...They are often worn sockless, which unfortunately can cause foot odor and blisters...

Winter as an Ohio Podiatrist: Talking about the Weather and Toes
... Most of the time people with Raynaud’s don’t really develop any complications, but occasionally I will see patients who develop blisters or sores on the tips of their toes...

Starting Your Summer Off on the Right Foot
...Athlete’s foot appears as dry, scaly skin in a moccasin distribution or as what appears to be small, popped blisters on the soles of the feet...

Can't Touch This...Stop! Hammertoes!
...Hammertoes also tend to rub against the inside of the shoes, causing blisters that can lead to an open sore...

Before You Get Your Workout on, Make Sure You Have the Correct Workout Shoes!
...This can lead to blisters or stress fractures as it puts pressure on the foot...

Before You Whip Out Your Flipflops, Read This!
...A more common condition associated with flip flops are blisters...

Have a Blister? Make Sure You Don't Pop It!
...People who have especially sweaty feet are more prone to getting blisters...

Athlete's Foot
...If you notice your rash has become increasingly red, swollen and painful or you develop blisters and sores, call our office right away...

Diabetic Complications and Amputation Prevention
...Because of poor circulation and neuropathy in the feet, cuts or blisters can easily turn into ulcers that become infected and won’t heal...

Athlete's Foot
...In advanced cases, inflammation, cracks, and blisters may form; an infection caused by bacteria can also result...

Contact Dermatitis
...Symptoms, including redness, itchiness, and small blisters, usually occur within 24 hours of exposure to the irritant...

Dermatitis
...Symptoms, including redness, itchiness, and small blisters, usually occur within 24 hours of exposure to the irritant...

Diabetic Complications and Amputation Prevention
...Because of poor circulation and neuropathy in the feet, cuts or blisters can easily turn into ulcers that become infected and won’t heal...

Diabetic Foot Care Guidelines
...Check for cuts, blisters, redness, swelling, or nail problems...

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
...If you notice any cuts, redness, blisters, or swelling, see your foot and ankle surgeon right away...

Eczema of the Foot
...Small blisters may sometimes form...

Frostbite
...To avoid infection, blisters or damaged skin should be treated with antibiotic cream and loose bandages, and medical attention should be sought as soon as possible...

Osteoarthritis of the Foot and Ankle
...Shoe pressure may cause pain at the site of a bone spur, and in some cases blisters or calluses may form over its surface...

P.A.D. (Peripheral Arterial Disease)
...do not have normal blood flow—and because blood is necessary for healing—seemingly small problems such as cuts, blisters, or sores can result in serious complications...

Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.)
...do not have normal blood flow—and because blood is necessary for healing—seemingly small problems such as cuts, blisters, or sores can result in serious complications...

Peripheral Neuropathy: Diabetic
...If you notice any cuts, redness, blisters, or swelling, see your foot and ankle surgeon right away...

 



 




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