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Which type of doctor should I see for a extreme case of athlets foot?
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry
2 doctors agree
In brief: Your call
Podiatrist, dermatologist, internist....

In brief: Your call
Podiatrist, dermatologist, internist....
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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Dr. Jay Abeles
Podiatrist or Dermatologist, skip the internist
Dr. MARTIN Girling
In the mean time wash your foot daily with OTC Nizoral 1% shampoo. You will be amazed.
Dr. Doug Mason
Podiatry
In brief: Podiatrist
Your better off going to see a Podiatrist because they will not only help with the infection, but also give better advise on prevention.

In brief: Podiatrist
Your better off going to see a Podiatrist because they will not only help with the infection, but also give better advise on prevention.
Dr. Doug Mason
Dr. Doug Mason
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Dr. Jennifer Haley
Dermatology
In brief: Dermatologist
A dermatologist will be able to take a small scraping of skin and immediately confirm the presence of fungal organisms.
They also are aware of an entire array of treatment options if it is or is not athletes foot.

In brief: Dermatologist
A dermatologist will be able to take a small scraping of skin and immediately confirm the presence of fungal organisms.
They also are aware of an entire array of treatment options if it is or is not athletes foot.
Dr. Jennifer Haley
Dr. Jennifer Haley
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