My 92 year old father in law is in fairly good health for a 92 year old, but has started having a problem with one of his toes. The doctor just said to put him in open toe sandals and to put neosporin on it. It appears swollen and there is a rub place on it. Is there any thing he can soak it in to help make it better or any other recommendations. He is not a diabetic. Doctor said it was poor circulation and there was nothing else we could do.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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