At the offices of Gary B. Feldman, DPM we treat common foot conditions such as Flushing foot fungus as well as ingrown nails, calluses, diabetic foot problems and hammertoe or bunions. Our offices are equipped with the latest in state of the art technologies and equipment, ensuring you always receive the best in test results and care by our friendly and knowledgeable staff and doctor. Foot fungus is a common ailment that thousands of Americans suffer from, but it is easy to treat and can go away on its own with proper treatment by our doctor.
One common fungal infection is Athlete’s Foot, a foot condition that causes redness, itching, burning and peeling. The infection is very common and can be found in places like locker rooms and public showers because it grows best in a warm and moist environment. Socks and shoes are also carriers of Athlete’s Foot and can happen to those who frequent community pools and baths Flushing foot fungus and Athlete’s Foot is caused by a fungus that lives on the layers of the outer skin of the foot. Symptoms include peeling, blisters, itchy feet and burning, red feet. The most common type of Athlete’s Foot is called interdigital, which occurs between the two smallest toes and can cause common symptoms like itching and burning. It can also spread across the foot.
A more uncommon kind of Athlete’s Foot is vesicular athlete’s foot. In this condition, there is an outbreak of blisters under the foot but also can appear between toes or on top of the foot. Flushing foot fungus and Athlete’s Foot is usually treated with a topical cream that can be prescribed by our doctor or by other means if the symptoms and condition is more severe. For more information, call Dr. Feldman to see how we can help you have healthier, happier feet.