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How To Prevent Toe Callous Maceration From Socks Shoes
Depends on the cause: Many things can cause calluses. Some reasons that one may develop a callus include: viral infections (warts), friction, pressure, repedetive trauma, and a limitation of joint motion. Some genetic conditions may also cause people to develop calluses on the hands and the feet. Treatment depends on the cause of the problem. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Callus is a noun meaning a localized thickening of the skin, and a verb meaning to form that skin thickening (especially on the palm of a hand or the sole of a foot, caused by repeated pressure or friction). Callous has a meaning related to callus, but callous is not used to describe skin. As an adjective, it means toughened or unfeeling. As a verb, it means to make or ...Read more
I have a lot of calluses on my feet. I'm standing probably between 10-12 hours a day. Is it caused by my shoes? How can I prevent calluses for good?
I have calluses on the bottom of both of my big toes, no matter what shoes I run in (even with out any) I still get them, now one of them is getting pa?
See a podiatrist...: These calluses may be related to a biomechanical condition called hallux limitus. If the big toe can't bend "up" during activities as much as it should, more pressure will be placed at the bottom of the big toe causing calluses. There MAY also be a small "extra" bone (a sesamoid bone) at the bottom of the joint. An x-ray will tell. ...Read more
My 5th toe is sensitive for 8 m. now. One foot only. It has something like callus on it, gets painful in any shoes. I am limping by the end of the day?
Be seen: If you have concerns, I would not hesitate to be seen. An exam and possibly an X-ray will likely show the cause. ...Read more
Friction: Your toes most likely are rubbing in your shoes. Friction causes calluses. ...Read more
I have a callus on my big toe and it has made half of my toe numb. Is this normal? I am a dancer and wear tight pointe shoes that rub against my toe.
I have I think something called a callus on my small toe where it rubs my shoe, what to do to get rid of it. I have new shoe now the above pretty says it. How can I hurry up to get this skin soft without scraping it, that just sounds gross. What is the be
Best way to get: Rid of this is to see a podiatrist and have a small operation to remove the point bone causing the problem. This will get rid of the problem permenantly. Otherwise, wear shoes that don't rub on your toe, which is often difficult, or buy a silicone toe sleeve. For the corn itself, file it with an emory board. ...Read more
I have sever pain in my toes, and in my arches it hurst to put socks and shoes on, what can it be?
Tips of 1st & 2nd toes hurt after day of driving, possibly in shoes & socks that were too short. Pain continues after 12 hours. Not discolored.
Mild Trauma: Hi, Since distribution of your symptoms are just localized to the tips of the first 2 toes on one foot and no other issues this is likely local nerve trauma. It does not follow one nerve distribution suggesting single nerve damage higher up the leg. This should go away in a few weeks. If it dose not, or this progresses, may be useful to see a neurologist for other cause ie diabetes. ...Read more
My left pinky toe was hurting because of my shoe. I took off my socks, I had a bubble on my toe. I popped it, was it water?
No matter what shoes or socks I wear the sock and the shoe insole bunch up under my toes on the right foot. It's so uncomfortable. What can I do?
Go To Podiatrist: I would advise you to get in to see a good podiatrist. They will need to examine you and review all of your medical history. ...Read more
Have you seen athletes foot on babys less than 1 year? My 9M has redness only between the big toes. He usually wears socks but shoes too sometimes.
2nd toe crossing over. Ortho PA says wait and see if it progresses to hammertoe/can't wear normal shoes. Is there anything to prevent those outcomes?
Gels sleeves/splints: There are gel sleeves for the toes to reduce the rubbing of the toe on shoe or the big toe as well as splints to pull the toe down and or over. However, in my experience most of the time these need surgical straightening. ...Read more
At work, mod thick socks / relatively new shoes - twice toes (only) became very cold, to the point of pain, rest of foot felt warm after shoe off?
Correctly fitting sh: I sounds like your shoes might be too tight. Maybe your socks are too thick for your shoes, or maybe your shoes are the wrong size. Have them checked ...Read more
My socks slip a little off my toes while I walk. The problem has existed for several years and exist regardless of what type of socks or shoe I wear.
Socks too big.: Maybe your socks are a little too big but this is nothing to be concerned with. ...Read more
Wear 1/2 orthotics and remove insoles of shoes, so big toe that stix up won't hurt. Must wear some cushioning at toes to prevent shocks to knee?
Some of our patients need that extra room in their shoes because the big toe sticks up too much. Try a spenco insert for that extra cushion but cut out the area under the toes to give them more room. You can also try to add a hapad metatarsal support to the end of the orthotic device to attempt to take pressure off the metatarsals.
www. Hapad. Com (get small adhesive met pads) dr rich blake. ...Read more
My hands and feet are always ice cold and sometimes my toes turn bluish-purple from being so cold, regardless of wearing socks, shoes or boots.
Raynauds: Phenomena or disease is a possibilityGet a more detailed answer ›
I got small cut in my toe I was later for work and forgot my socks and my feet got sweaty in my tennis shoes. So im worried about an infection?
Calm Down.: Why worry. Chances are, nothing will come of it. Just be alert as to any change in the toe. Typically, redness, pain or swelling are the hallmarks of a impending infection. When you can, clean the wound and apply a bit of topical antibiotic. If appropriate, a band aid to finish the wound care. If a change in status occurs, the call your family doctor for advice. ...Read more
I'm a homemaker. I wore only socks @ home. Mo's ago developd bunions and small cyst? On 2 toes. What brand of corrective shoe & devices to buy? No ins.
Bunions and bumps on: Toes will require proper shoes that have enough room in the toe box area. The brand of shoes is your personal preference and doesn't really matter. What you need is shoes that accommodates your deformities. You can also place small cushions on the toes and or around the bunion area that are non medicated for protection, whether they be foam or felt skin or gel type. ...Read more
My big toe hurts really bad if I bump the tip of the nail or even if my shoe or sock presses against it to tight.
Feet - the bottom of my feer just below my toes feel like socks are bunched up. Woth or without shoes...My physician thought celebrex (celecoxib) would work?
Bruising: The obvious remedy is to get rid of the tight shoes and socks. This begs the question why you would have something that tight ...Read more
How can I get rid of my chronic athletes foot? I always wear socks and wash my shoes regularly, but it seems particularly bad in my work flats
You have taken the proper steps with good hygeine.
You should use a daily antifungal spray or powder, but an oral antifungul for a short period my be the answer. ...Read more
Blister: Second skin a spenco product at pharmacy. ...Read more
No: Fungus is everywhere and whether you have swim shoes or regular shoes, you need to remember to disinfect shoes to avoid spreading foot fungus. Fungus occurs on the foot where there is a weakness in the texture of the skin (either too dry or too wet). So all the same precautions remain. ...Read more
Any suggestions for good comfortable dress shoes for men to prevent foot pain from standing all day at work?
Appropriate size: Shoe shopping is best done at end of the day. A well fitting shoe should have the insert which can cover a tracing of your foot and should have a deep enough toe box with soft leather uppers. ...Read more
How best to treat foot perspiration when no antiperspirants help. There is no odor but the feet get hot when in socks or shoes?
Sweating: Isolated foot sweating would probably respond well to drysol (aluminum chloride) solution. If that doesn't work then iontophoresis would be the next step. A last step would be botox. This also works great but is very expensive and would not be covered by most insurance (to the best of my knowledge). ...Read more
Strange feeling bottom of foot like I am stepping on something has been 1 month Changed brands of socks got professionally fitted shoes?
It takes some nerve.: Strange feelings on the bottom of the foot, as you have described, are due to some type of nerve involvement. Your description sounds as though you are developing a inter metatarsal neuroma. This is an enlarging of a nerve that is now sending confusing signals that you perceive as something you're stepping on. Changing shoes was the perfect first step for resolution. Seeing a specialist is next. ...Read more
I have very sweaty foot. I'm wondering if there's any treatment for my condition or special socks and shoes that may help me cope with it?
Use Drysol: Drysol is an effective topical medication for sweaty feet. If your sweaty feet does not respond to topicals then Botox injections in the bottom of the foot can be beneficial. ...Read more
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