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As per available reports about 2 relevant journals,1 Upcoming Conference, 275 Conference Proceedings, 95 National Symposiums are presently dedicated exclusively to athletes foot medicine and about 192 articles are being published on athletes foot medicine.
Athlete’s foot’ is a common fungal infection of the foot; so called because it thrives in the warm, moist darkness of sports shoes, and is typically transmitted in wet communal areas where people walk barefoot, such as showers, gym changing rooms and bathhouses. Also called tinea pedis, it is caused by a group of fungi called dermatophytes, which can affect other parts of the body too (e.g. ‘jock itch’). It is also sometimes called ringworm because it can appear as ring-shaped, scaly patches on the body. Once your feet have been contaminated, the warm, dark and sweaty environment of feet cramped in shoes or trainers provides the ideal breeding ground for the fungus. However, athlete’s foot also occurs in dry, flaky areas. It’s quite common in summer sandal-wearers. The sun makes your skin dry out, so it loses its natural protective oils; this combined with the constant trauma from sandals makes them more prone to infection.Athletes foot medicine major entities are like Disability and Management, Exercise and Trauma
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Athlete's foot is an infection of the feet caused by fungus. The medical term is tinea pedis, or ringworm of the foot. Athlete's foot occurs when a certain fungus grows on the skin of your feet. The same fungus may also grow on the heels, palms, and between the fingers. Athlete's foot is easily spread. It can be passed through direct contact or contact with items such as shoes, stockings, and shower or pool surfaces. The most common symptom is cracked, flaking, peeling skin between the toes or side of the foot. Other symptoms can include:
A doctor who specializes in athletes foot is known as a dermatologist, a skin specialist.
Athletes Foot Medicine conference aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of:
1. Fungal Infection
2. Causes of athletes foot
3. Symptoms and treatment of athletes foot
It also provides the platform for researchers, scholars and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Athletes Foot Medicine.
The Athlete's Foot Treatment Manufacturing OTC industry is in the growth phase of its life cycle, as indicated by its expected positive contribution to the US economy during the 10 years to 2020. Industry value added, a measure of that contribution, is forecast to grow at an average annual rate of 5.9% during the period. This rate is higher than the anticipated growth in US GDP, which is expected to increase at an average annual rate of 2.5% during the same period.The number of industry players has increased at an average annual rate of 2.3% over the past five years and is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 2.4% over the next five years.
International symposium and workshops
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May 2-3, 2016, USA
June 9-11, 2016, UK
2nd Novel Physiotherapies Conference
Oct 20-22, 2016, Malaysia
Podiatrist Meeting on Foot and Ankle Surgery
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Relevant Society and Associations
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This page was last updated on May 28, 2020