Itching on the foot or between the toes is often a fungal infection known as athletes foot. The medical term for itchiness is pruritus and is associated with scratching. Irritants, moisture, dryness, bacterial or fungal infections, parasites and viruses can cause itchy feet.

Itchy feet can also be related to more serious medical conditions and may need further appropriate analysis and investigation.
  • Athletes Foot

    Athletes Foot

    Athlete's foot, also known as Tinea Pedis is a skin infection which is commonly thought to occur amongst athletes and those who wear trainers and other non-breathable footwear.

  • Skin Conditions

    Skin conditions of the foot are common in sports and most are easiliy avoidable. They include athletes foot, blisters, corns, calluses and verucca. Most can be treated with over the counter remadies but if you think something is wrong then view our advice on whether see a doctor about your foot injury or skin condition.