Our Locations: Springfield | Rahway | Caldwell

Call Us: 973-376-8210

Our Locations: Springfield | Rahway | Caldwell

Call Us: 973-376-8210

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We Treat Skin Conditions of the Foot & Ankle

We specialize in treating skin problems on feet and ankles to give you relief from a number of common conditions. Skin conditions of the foot and ankle are common in patients of all ages. Whether your teenage athlete is struggling with foot odor and athlete’s foot or your skin conditions are related to diabetic care, our expert podiatrists have the experience to care for your condition.

Our goal is to help eliminate the pain and discomfort of your skin condition and help educate you for future condition prevention and care. We also offer a walk-in wart clinic for fast, virtually pain-free plantar wart removal treatment. Trust us to improve your foot skin conditions and get you back on your feet in no time.

Our foot & ankle specialists customize care based on your unique needs and work with patients of all ages for a variety of skin conditions of the foot and ankle.

Skin conditions of the foot

Get relief from these common podiatric skin conditions and more.

  • Allergies

    Allergies can cause skin irritation, redness, itchiness, and swelling, even on the feet and ankles.

  • Athlete’s foot

    Athlete’s foot is a very common skin condition caused by a fungus. Its name comes from the often warm, moist conditions inside an athlete’s shoe and sock.

  • Blisters

    Blisters are sometimes caused by improper footwear, but can also have more complex podiatric causes.

  • Burning feet

    Burning feet are no fun, whether associated with Athlete’s foot, a fungal infection, an allergy or something else. We’ll help you get relief.

  • Calluses

    Calluses often occur on the hands and feet, due to repeated exposure to friction and pressure. They can also be uncomfortable and unsightly.

  • Corns

    Corns, like calluses, are a build up of hardened tissue resulting from repeated exposure to friction or pressure. We treat corns on the feet that are uncomfortable or unsightly.

  • Cysts

    There are many different types of cysts that occur on both the top of the foot and the soles, some with causes unknown.

  • Eczema (Dyshidrotic)

    Dyshidrotic eczema, or dyshidrosis, is another common skin condition of the hands, feet and ankles that causes red, itchy skin and blisters on the palms and soles of the feet.

  • Foot odor

    Foot odor can have a number of causes, from issues with perspiration to a fungal infection. We treat them all.

  • Frostbite

    Frostbite occurs when the skin is exposed to cold temperatures that are too cold, or for too long. It can be painful and should be treated quickly.

  • Fungus

    Several types of fungus-like to make the feet their home, causing symptoms like itchiness, irritation, dry skin, flaking or discolored toenails, and more.

  • Gangrene

    Gangrene is dead tissue that results from lack of blood flow, and is an urgent condition that requires immediate care. It is most common in the feet.

  • Heel Fissures

    Hell fissures are deep and sometimes painful cracks in the skin of the heel. They can become deep and painful, and are the result of inadequate skin hydration.

  • Lesions

    Lesions are abnormalities of the skin caused by injury, infection, or abnormal tissue growth.

  • Psoriasis

    Psoriasis is an auto-immune inflammatory disorder of the skin which results in raised, thickened patches on the skin affecting 2 to 5 percent of the population.

  • Swelling

    Swelling of the feet can be caused by a number of factors, and risk increases in diabetic patients, pregnant patients, and other patient populations.

  • Ulcers

    oot ulcers are sores or lesions that are persistent and can be painful. They are the result of tissue breaking down and are often at risk of infection.

  • Warts

    Plantar warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) that enters the skin on the sole of the foot after contact with a contaminated surface. Warts can be painful.

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For questions about skin conditions of the feet and ankles, or to schedule an appointment now, contact us today.