The fungus that causes athlete's foot, tinea pedis, loves dark, damp, enclosed environments. Your shoe is the perfect spot for this fungus to thrive! If you think about it, you treat the skin on your feet, possibly even the toenails if they are affected, and you change your socks often and keep them clean. However the one spot that is often nelected is the inside of your shoes, and this is often where the fungus lingers. At Prairie Path Foot and Ankle Clinic, we have a shoe spray that is both anti fungal and antibacterial, and it is often the missing element in treating fungus successfully. So make an appointment with one of our doctors at Prairie Path Foot and Ankle Clinic and we can set you up with everything you will need to fight athletes foot.
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