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  • Blisters | New Jersey Podiatrist Blisters are fluid-filled bubbles that form on the skin of the foot or other parts of the body. On the foot, they commonly occur on the heel and toes.
  • Toenail Fungus | New Jersey Podiatrist Toe nail fungus, or Onychomycosis, is characterized by a change in a toenail’s color and quality, which can be quite ugly.
  • Ingrown Toenails | New Jersey Podiatrist Ingrown toenails can be very uncomfortable and very painful and is when the nail curves into the skin and causes skin to become red and swollen.
  • Tips to Prevent Fungus Problems Nail fungus can be a difficult condition to help and if these tips to prevent fungus problems are unsuccessful Cornerstone Foot and Ankle is here for you!
  • Corns Corns form on the toes due to friction or pressure from rubbing against footwear or even other toes. The friction and pressure thickens the skin and inflames underlying tissue. Corns can be soft; these are open sores between the toes. Hard corns develop on top of the toes or on the outside of the little …
  • Athlete's Foot | New Jersey Podiatrist Athlete's foot, the most common fungal infection, is a rash on the skin of the foot. The rash typically begins in between the toes and can affect feet.
  • Calluses Calluses, or thickened skin, result from on-going friction or pressure on a particular area of skin. On the foot, calluses (hyperkeratosis) commonly occur on areas subjected to pressure and impact: the heels, balls of the foot, and the big toe. Calluses cause irritation and pain as the thickened skin continues to be exposed to pressure …
  • Psoriasis - Skin Conditions Psoriasis is a skin condition wherein new skin cells surface too rapidly, causing inflamed, flaky, thick patches of skin buildup.
  • Foot Ulcers | NJ Podiatrist Foot ulcers form as a result of skin tissue breaking down and exposing the layers underneath. They’re most common under big toes and the balls of your feet.
  • Plantar Warts | New Jersey Podiatrist Warts are caused by a virus and can appear on the sole of the foot. Children, especially teenagers, tend to be more susceptible to warts than adults.