Getting Help With My Feet

After struggling for months to run without having pain, I realized that there might be something wrong with my feet. It just seemed like whenever I did any type of physical activity, I was burdened with stifling pain. It was annoying, but I knew that a podiatrist might be able to help. Sure enough, after meeting with a doctor, I learned more about what was causing the trouble. It turned out that I had pulled a tendon in my foot, which was causing all kinds of problems. This blog is all about getting your foot problems fixed once and for all.

Have A Foot Fungus That Won't Go Away? See An Expert And Try The Newest Treatment Options


If you have had a problem treating a foot fungus and you aren't able to get rid of it, even with the help of a prescription, it's time to seek the help of a podiatrist. Here are some of the things for you to inquire about at your appointment, to make sure that you are trying everything possible to get rid of the fungus or infection. Here are some of the things that could work for you.

Natural Treatments

Ask your podiatrist if there is some type of natural treatment that you maybe should be trying in assistance with the creams or prescriptions that you are currently using. You may not only want to try a natural topical treatment; you also may want to watch what you are putting inside your body, which could be fueling and feeding the bacterial or fungal infection you are fighting.

Clinical Trials

 Talk with your foot doctor about new clinical trials that are taking place that your condition would qualify for. The benefits of this include:

  • New treatments that could work
  • Getting the treatment sooner than waiting for it to hit the market
  • Not paying for the treatment
  • Getting paid to try the treatment and report the results

Your foot doctor should be able to let you know if there are any type of treatments that you would qualify for, or that they could try to enroll you in.

Skin Grafting

If the condition is so severe that you can't stand to look at it or deal with it, talk with your podiatrist about the possibility of a skin graft. This means removing the skin that infected or battling the fungus and infection, and bringing new skin into the area to help regrow the area. This may only be possible for extreme cases, or for those that are healthy enough.

Foot fungal and bacterial problems can be difficult to treat, and it's important that you stay on top of getting the fungus treated as needed and following up with your podiatrist. If you think that you need to be on some type of prescription for the fungus, or that you would benefit from some new type of treatment that you haven't even heard of or tried yet, find out what podiatry clinical trials could work for you. You may be able to find a cure, and make some money while you are testing out the product.


17 October 2018