Athlete's Foot Directory
Athlete's foot is a fungal infection caused by fungi that live in warm, moist areas like showers, gyms, and near pools. You can prevent athlete's foot by wearing socks or shoes instead of going barefoot and keeping your feet clean and dry. If you do get athlete's foot, over-the-counter antifungal creams usually cure it. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how athlete's foot is contracted, what it looks like, how to treat it, and much more.
The Basics of Athlete's Foot
WebMD gives you the lowdown on athlete's foot.
What Are the Symptoms of Athlete's Foot?
Learn more from WebMD about the symptoms of athlete's foot.
Athlete's Foot Treatment
Athlete's foot is a superficial skin infection of the foot caused by a moldlike fungus.
Treating Athlete's Foot
The experts at WebMD tell you how to treat athlete's foot and prevent this stubborn condition from coming back.
Slideshows & Images
Picture of Athlete's Foot
Athlete's foot is a rash on the skin of the foot. It is the most common fungal skin infection.
Feet (Human Anatomy): Bones, Tendons, Ligaments, and More
WebMD's Feet Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the parts of the feet and explains their function.
Slideshow: Pictures of Common Foot Problems
See pictures of bunions, corns, athlete’s foot, plantar warts, and other common foot problems – and learn what treatments may help these conditions.
Slideshow: Ringworm -- A Collection of Photos
Ringworm is a common skin infection otherwise known as tinea. It is caused by a fungus. While there are multiple forms of ringworm, the most common affect the skin on the body (tinea corporis), the scalp (tinea capitis), the feet (tinea pedis, or athlete's foot), or the groin (tinea cruris, or jock itch).