Why tinea pedis needs combination treatment

By Professor Rod Sinclair

Tinea pedis is common but with associated inflammation and infection a common occurrence, treatment may need to be more comprehensive than you think.

In this excerpt from his presentation at Australian Doctor's Dermatology Academy, Rod Sinclair, Professor of Medicine at the University of Melbourne, outlines the best active ingredients and therapies to effectively treat the fungus and related problems.

This content has been produced with an independent educational grant from Bayer Australia.

Tinea pedis is common but with associated inflammation and infection a common occurrence, treatment may need to be more comprehensive...

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