Now accepting Telehealth appointments. Schedule a virtual visit.

Feet Blisters

Friction is one of main and most common reasons why most foot blisters develop.

Other common causes:

Risk factors: 

Teatment: 

We, United Foot and Ankle, strive to give our patients the best treatment options. If you or any loved ones are experiencing similar symptoms, please feel free to contact our office at (732) 979-2035. We are located in East Brunswick, Keyport, Perth Amboy, and Bayonne. 

 

 

You Might Also Enjoy...

High-arched Foot (A.K.A Cavus Foot)

High-arched feet is a condition where the foot has a very high arch. Because of this high arch, an excessive amount of weight can be placed on the ball and heel of the foot when walking or standing.

What are Fallen Arches?

A fallen arch or flatfoot is also known as pes planus. The foot loses the gently curving arch on the inner side of the sole, just in front of the heel.

Talar Dome Lesion

The ankle joint is made up of the bottom of the tibia (shin) bone and the top of the talus (ankle) bone.

Stress Fracture of the Ankle

This condition is a type of bone break or crack in the bone. Stress fractures occur when a small amount of force is applied to a bone repeatedly and over time.

Diabetic Wound Care

A diabetic foot ulcer is an open wound that occurs in about 15 percent of patients with diabetes and is commonly located on the bottom of the foot.

Claw Toe

Claw toe is a common foot deformity (which is also a form of hammertoe) where your toes bend into a claw-like position, digging down into the soles of your shoes and creating painful calluses.