Corns & Calluses
A callus is an area of skin that thickens after exposure to repetitive frictional forces in order to protect the skin. A callus may or may not be painful. When it becomes painful, treatment is required. However, people who suffer from diabetes, poor blood circulation, or loss of sensation neuropathy should seek treatment even if there is no associated pain.
When a callus develops a mass of dead cells in its center, it becomes a corn. Corns generally occur on the toes and balls of the feet. Calluses occur on the feet, hands, and any other part of the skin where friction is present.
Our Custom Orthotics Recommendation
Any one of our custom orthotics ordered can be modified for Corns & Calluses.
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