To treat the blisters, since they popped, you can go ahead and use some Neosporin and that will help them heal. Also you can take the bandage off at night or when you are home and barefoot so the area can dry out.
To be able to wear shoes without pain, either get some Second Skin which has gel pads that you can cut to size which will cushion the area (I've used this a lot). The other thing you can do is cut a donut out of mole skin that will go around the area and work as a cushion as well.
Blisters on heels come from shoes that don't fit correctly. They not only slip, but rub as well. You might need to look into changing how you tie your shoes to pull the heel tighter if they slip a lot. You can google how to tie your running shoes.
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