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What Are Corns And Callus?
Callus is an area of thickened, hard skin that may appear yellowish in colour. It can occur in a number of places on the foot, commonly on the heel or an area of pressure.  If the pressure continues to build on this area this may result in a corn. A corn is a cone shape of hard skin that impinges into the skin.

What You Might Experience:

  • Callus: Thickened, hard skin which will appear yellow in colour
  • Corns: Thickened, hard skin with a central area. Can cause a ‘sharp shooting pain’

How Can It Be Treated?
Treatment for thickened callous and corns will need to carried by a Podiatrist where a sharp blade will be used to remove the thickened skin. This is a painless procedure and will reduce pain and discomfort instantly





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