A foot infection by and large involves extreme biomechanical complexities causing it, and tissue loss contaminated by foreign substances like bacteria, fungus, virus, yeast, or mold. This generally happens in change rooms, swimming pools and other public places. Foot infections are classified into three categories, viz. soft tissue, bone and infections related with diabetes (which are unpredictable and polymicrobial). There have been several changes in the treatment strategies for a foot infection of late in the wake of pharmacologic and technological advancements; for instance, the introduction of plastic and reconstructive techniques for functional restoration of foot infections, and a subsequent reduction in amputation rates thereon.