Athlete’s foot is a common fungal infection of the feet.
It is common to get Athlete’s Foot anywhere on the foot, but fungal infections grow particularly well in warm and moist conditions such as between the toes.
If you have a problem which does not improve as you would expect with self-care, you should contact a healthcare professional for advice. This may be your GP, Pharmacist, NHS Podiatry Service or a Private Podiatrist.
Please make sure your Podiatrist is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and look out for the letters HCPC after their name.
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