Corns and callouses are large and small areas of hard skin that occur on different areas of the foot.
Causes include friction, pressure, incorrect footwear and in some cases Bio-Mechanical problems
occuring during the 'gait cycle'.
Callouses are generally larger, flat areas of hard tissue often occuring on the ball of the foot and
heel areas, corns are normaly smaller areas and more raised and have a 'nucleus' or core. Corns are
found over toe joints on the top of the foot and also under the foot over a bony prominence.
Michael can treat all the above conditions by surgical removal and will apply protective padding
which will delay and in some cases prevent the return of these painful lesions.
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