Category: foot fungus

Defend Your Feet Against Warts

Warts, in general, are not perceived very kindly. Plantar warts, the ones that develop on the soles of your feet, are no exception. However, they are extremely common and our podiatrist, Dr. Stavros Alexopoulos, treats patients with plantar warts frequently. How do warts form? Plantar warts are small blister-looking bumps that are formed from a […]

Stand Up to Plantar Warts

Let’s face it, plantar warts are frankly unsightly and not something you want hanging around. To add to their charm, they can also be painful when left to their own devices. They grow on the bottom of the foot and can stick out a bit, but not too much since they are constantly being pressed […]

Athlete’s Foot Will Fight for Survival

Water recreation is a big part of staying cool in the summer months, but beware of foot conditions that can result from poor protection and hygiene! One condition that is seen in many patients during the summer is athlete’s foot. The fungus that causes athlete’s foot can be transferred from another person or dirty surfaces […]

Don’t Settle with Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s Foot is a fungal infection that can be acquired through direct contact with someone who has the fungus or by coming into contact with compromised surfaces. The fungus that triggers this condition tends to thrive in warm and damp areas. It’s found in gym locker rooms,  swimming pools and other public areas. Athlete’s foot […]

You’re Stronger Than Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that can be acquired when feet come into contact with damp areas predominantly in public areas like gym locker rooms or public pools. Additionally, the damp conditions in shoes and socks add to the development of this condition. The fungus that causes this condition results in the skin of […]