Foot Health

Our feet are often taken for granted, but even minor foot problems can make our lives very uncomfortable. In this section you will find information to help you care for your feet yourself, or advice on what help may be available from your local services.

All our leaflets are authored by NHS GPs from the latest available research and guidance. They will help you deal with problems such as blisters or athlete's foot, explain why footcare is so important for patients with diabetes and advise how best to care for your feet as you age.

Ageing FeetAthlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis)
Broken ToeBunions
ChilblainsClub Foot (Congenital Talipes Equinovarus)
Corns and CallusesDiabetes, Foot Care and Foot Ulcers
Flat FeetFoot Blisters
Foot DropFoot Pain Exercises
Fungal Nail Infections (Tinea Unguium)Gout
Hand, Foot and Mouth DiseaseHeel and Foot Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)
Ingrowing (Ingrown) ToenailsMetatarsal Fractures
Metatarsalgia (Metatarsal Injury)Morton's Neuroma
Sweaty FeetWarts and Verrucas