Foot Problems: Ingrown Toenails The right way to clip toenails — straight across — is key to foot health. The skin may peel and crack. Bunions have various causes, including congenital deformities, arthritis, trauma, and heredity. You can control some of the things that cause poor blood flow. Going barefoot outside, however, increases the risk for injury and other conditions, such as plantar warts. NICE has not been involved in the development or adaptation of NICE guidance for use in any other country. This guideline updates a previous version: Centre for Clinical Practice. Cellulitis is usually treated with antibiotics. 19. Hammertoe is most common in the second toe, but it can develop in any or all of the three middle toes if they are pushed forward and do not have enough room to lie flat in the shoe.
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