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As the most common foot injury, blisters can be an annoyance. At City Foot Health, we can examine, diagnose & set the best treatment plan for you.
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The dreaded blister - we’ve all experienced these nuisances at some point or another. From the agonising rub after wearing new shoes, to a sudden and unexpected sore after wearing your favourite pair of boots for too long. There’s no doubt that blisters are an inconvenience at the best times. 

Whilst you can treat blisters safely and easily at home, sometimes you might require a little bit of extra help. At City Foot Health, we’ve seen our fair share of blisters, so when exactly is it time to hand your blister over to your favourite London-based podiatrist?


Blister causes in London

Londoners are no strangers to the hustle and bustle of city life. From pounding the pavements on your daily commute, enjoying a leisurely stroll along the Thames, or hitting the gym after work, blisters can happen to the best of us. 

Blisters can be caused by various factors, and the urban lifestyle of London can often exacerbate the issue. Friction from ill-fitting shoes, prolonged periods of walking or running, and even changes in weather can lead to these painful nuisances. 

That's why it's crucial to understand how to treat blisters effectively and when to seek professional care.


Can you treat blisters at home?

While some minor blisters can be managed at home with proper care, it's essential to recognise when professional intervention is necessary. At City Foot Health, we understand the frustration that blisters can bring. If you're wondering whether you can treat blisters at home, the answer depends on the severity and location of the blister.

For small, unbroken blisters, you can start by cleaning the area with mild soap and water, applying an antibiotic ointment, and covering it with a sterile bandage. But if the blister is large, painful, or shows signs of infection, it's time to seek the expertise of a podiatrist in London.


When does a blister need professional treatment?

Blisters that are located on pressure points like the soles of your feet, heels, or toes can be particularly painful and may require professional attention. It’s also important to note that if you have diabetes or other conditions that affect your circulation, it's crucial to consult a podiatrist if you develop blisters.

City Foot Health's team of experienced podiatrists in London specialises in blister treatment. We can provide immediate relief with blister treatment and prevent complications such as infection or cellulitis. Don't wait until a small blister becomes a big problem – trust our expert podiatrists to assess and treat your blisters with care.


How does a podiatrist treat blisters?

At City Foot Health, we employ a range of advanced techniques to treat blisters effectively. Our podiatrists are well-versed in blister management and can offer the following services.

Blister drainage

For large, painful blisters, our podiatrists can safely drain the fluid, relieving discomfort and preventing infection.

Wound care

We provide expert wound care to promote healing and reduce the risk of complications.

Custom orthotics

If recurring blisters are a problem, we can create custom orthotic insoles to alleviate pressure points and reduce friction.

Footwear advice

Our podiatrists can recommend suitable footwear and help you make informed choices to prevent future blisters.


Why choose City Foot Health?

When it comes to blister treatment in London, City Foot Health stands out for our professionalism, reasonable pricing,  and expert knowledge in podiatry. 


Our team of highly trained podiatrists has extensive experience in treating blisters and various foot conditions.

Convenient location

Located in the heart of London, our clinic is easily accessible, making it convenient for both residents and visitors seeking blister treatment.

Personalised care

We understand that every patient is unique, and we tailor our blister treatment plans to your specific needs and goals.

Cutting-edge technology

City Foot Health is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and tools to provide the best possible care for your blisters.

Don't let blisters disrupt your lifestyle. Contact City Foot Health for expert blister treatment in London today. We're dedicated to keeping you on your feet and pain-free, so you can stay on your toes - whatever life throws at you.

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