Painful and Sore Blisters on the Foot and Toe should be offloaded to reduce damage and pain. Focus on relieving shear pressure and decreasing friction!
Painful blisters on the foot and toe are a common problem caused by friction from shoes or clothing which rubs repeatedly on the skin. Blisters usually do resolve by themselves if they are small and you stop putting stress on them, but if a blister is larger and has some obvious fluid buildup as seen above- then it might just be best to drain it so that more pressure doesn’t spread the blister. The following is a complete guide for treatment of itchy foot blisters, prevention and foot accessory advice.
Blisters are common among long distance runners. All of the above can be used to help prevent developing blisters, but there are a couple of extra points which may help:
For larger blisters or those which are causing problems, it may be necessary to pop them. Popping blisters should be done with caution, following these guidelines.
How to get rid of Painful and Sore Blisters on the Foot and Toe
Good Luck with your Painful and Sore Blisters on the Foot and Toe!