Our library articles are constantly updated with information—including common misinformation—on foot conditions and treatments. View our articles today to learn the truth about athlete's foot, corns and calluses, plantar warts, fungal nails, diabetic wounds, and other common skin and nail ailments.
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  • Foot Care Tips for Winter That Can Help Prevent Injuries A Maryland podiatrist explains how some simple precautions can protect your feet and ankles and keep you healthy during the winter months.
  • Preventing Fungal Infections During a Pedicure A Maryland podiatrist explains the risks of fungal infections during pedicures and how to protect your toenails at home or and at the nail salon.
  • Foot Conditions and Ailments From Cigarette Smoking Podiatrists treat countless smokers every year who have damaged their skin, nails, and even the bones in their feet from years of tobacco use.
  • Wound Care The field of wound care changes all the time. Biotechnology advances have incorporated everything from gene therapy to artificial graft materials that can be applied in the office, preventing stressful and expensive hospitalizations.
  • FAQs About Warts If you have a plantar wart, it’s important to understand the symptoms and how to treat it. Learn more here.
  • Athlete's Foot If you suffer from Athlete’s foot, you likely have a red, scaly rash between your toes. Learn more about the symptoms of this skin condition.
  • Laser Treatment for Toenails The CoolTouch CT3 laser is currently FDA cleared to treat acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Ingrown Toenail Treatment Myths If you have an ingrown toenail, it’s important to see a foot doctor. Treating this condition on your own may cause infection.
  • Ganglion Cysts If you have a ganglion cyst on your foot, there is a swollen, closed sac under the skin. Learn more about this benign skin condition.
  • What to Do About Fungal Toenails If you have a thick, discolored toenail and/or accompanying pain, you may have a toenail fungus. Learn more about this type of infection.