Blisters, which form to protect the body from infection, are small pockets of fluid underneath the skin caused by a source of irritation. Most blisters are filled with a clear fluid of either serum or plasma, but also be made up of lymph, blood or pus. They are typically caused by burning, chemical exposure, forceful rubbing (friction), or freezing.
Athlete’s foot (tinea pedis) is caused by several types of fungal organisms.
Dance can be physically demanding and the pressure placed on the foot and ankle can increase the risk of developing an injury.
A lisfranc injury occurs as a result of direct or indirect forces exerted on the foot. A direct force often involves something heavy falling on the foot.
Structural Bone Deformity
A structural bone deformity usually occurs when some of the bones move out of place or a joint is stressed over a period of time.