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What are Corn and Calluses of the Feet?

Sunday, April 27th, 2014 Innovative Foot and Ankle

A corn is hard. Thickened skin that can occur on the top, between or on the tip of the toes. A callus is similar but is larger and usually occurs across the ball of the foot. Corns and calluses are your skins way of protecting you. The thicker the corn or callus becomes, the more pain and burning it may causes as it increases pressure on the tissue underneath. Never cur corns or calluses, this is a procedure that should only be done by your foot doctor. For more information visit http://www.innovativefootandankle.com or to contact us to set up an appointment at one of our convenient New Jersey locations in Kenilworth, Bayonne, Cranford, and Little Ferry