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Wounds and wound prevention in the feet

Managing foot wounds in the decompensated patient.Diabetic foot care

One of the greatest challenges in foot care is wound prevention and wound management.  Wounds come in all shapes and sizes, but there’s always one common denominator in wound care; a decompensated patient.  What is a decompensated patient?  A decom...

What’s causing COVID toe?

A meta-analysis of contemporary non-academic and academic literature related to the skin condition called COVID toe.

Viral infections are often known to be associated with distinctive skin rashes.  It is not uncommon to see skin rashes cases of viral pneumonia and more communicable diseases such as...

Foot Care At Home

Nails, corns and calluses?  Instructions to take care of them at home.

Professional foot care was a common healthcare service provided by nurses and podiatrists until the onset of COVID-19 and stay-at-home provisions.  Routine foot care is the term used to describe care of toe nails or calluses o...

Chronic Lower Extremity Cellulitis - Treatment Options

Long term oral antibiotic treatment for patients with recurrent lower leg cellulitis

Edema of the lower leg frequently contributes to a superficial infection of the skin called cellulitis.  Cellulitis can often be treated, but if swelling persists, cellulitis will become chronic.   It’s important t...

It’s not just dry feet – it’s a fungal infection!

Low-grade, chronic fungal infections of the feet are often mistaken for just dry skin.

You've tried Avon products, Eucerin, Vasoline Intensive Care and Aveno. Why isn't the dry skin on your feet clearing up? Here's a recent product review from one of our customers for Antifungal Healing Foot Cream:

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