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Corns

corns

Corns are hardened bumps of skin, normally found on the top, side or in between the toes. Some may also be found on the bottom of the feet.

They can be caused by wearing shoes or socks that are too tight. Hammertoes or bunions can increase your risk of developing a corn.

To help prevent the formation of corns, wear shoes that leave your toes with plenty of space. Sometimes padding will help.

If your corn is extremely painful or if you have diabetes or poor circulation, we recommend you seek professional help. Because the removal process is best done by a doctor of podiatric medicine, it’s important you seek help.

In cases where conservative treatment does not resolve the problem, we offer office-based surgery that will address the issue. Call (519) 258-3668 to book your appointment today.

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