Articles about callouses

Show Your Toes: Summer switch from socks, shoes to sandals, flip-flops

By Dr Alexandra Buk With summer upon us, many of us are ready to shed those heavy shoes and socks and switch to sandals and flip-flops. But over the winter months, corns and callouses may have developed on our feet and toes. See also the Doctor’s article about sandals from last summer. Corns and callouses […]

http://arkfac.com/footworks-column/304/show-your-toes-summer-switch-from-socks-shoes-to-sandals-flip-flops

Corns Are More Than Skin Deep

By Dr Alexandra Buk Like many recurring conditions, corns are often ignored as a “skin problem.” But left untreated, corns can progress to a painful and chronic condition. A corn is a circular area of thick skin caused by friction on a non-weight bearing area of the foot. The lesions most commonly form over an […]

http://arkfac.com/learn-more/92/corns-are-more-than-skin-deep

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