Common Foot Conditions
Blisters are uncomfortable, raised, fluid-filled bumps that often appear on your feet and are caused by repetitive rubbing or friction.
A bunion is a lump that occurs on the joint at the base of the big toe.
A callus is an area of thick, hardened skin typically found over the bony part of your foot, on your heel or around the ball of your foot. Callus can also form on your hands.
Are a normal response to cooler temperatures. Symptoms include weakness or pain in your feet, numbness and sensitivity to cold.
Corns are small areas of thick, hardened skin that is usually found over a bony area of the foot. They are smaller than calluses and have a harder centre surrounded by inflamed skin.
Dry Feet are patches of very dry or flaky skin that can feel rough to the touch.
Verrucae are small, rough lumps or growths on your skin.
A fungal skin infection that usually begins between the toes.
The underneath of your foot just before your toes, which can be uncomfortable due to pressure being put on it due to the shape of the footwear being worn.
A condition that can cause the feet to smell bad.
A painful condition that affects the ball of your foot and the area in-between your toes.
A common condition that affects the blood flow to the hands and feet.
Can cause the feet to feel cold, become sore, numb or painful.