Edge Blisters: What, Where, Why & How To Treat

by Rebecca Rushton

An edge blister is a blister that’s kind of on the bottom of the foot, but it’s a bit on the side too. The location of these blisters makes them a little more difficult to prevent. Watch this video for the full story including the Two Patch Technique.

 

 





Rebecca Rushton
Rebecca Rushton

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Podiatrist, blister prone ex-hockey player, foot blister thought-leaderauthor and educator. Can’t cook. Loves test cricket.


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