By Blue Ridge Foot Centers
December 10, 2018
Category: Foot Care
Tags: Corns  

Corns take away from the aesthetic appeal of your feet and toes, and they can also become very painful. Talk to a foot doctor at Bluecorns Ridge Foot Centers in Asheville, NC, today to understand the causes, symptoms, and treatment options available for corns on the feet. Dr. Daniel Waldman is board certified and also teaches surgery nationally and internationally including the latest Minimal incision.

Corn Causes and Symptoms
If you have ever walked around for long periods of time in shoes that were a little too tight or snug, chances are high that you have had an experience with at least one corn on your toes. Corns are caused by frequent and harsh friction between your toes and the inside of your shoes. They have a raised or rough appearance on the surface of the skin and are tender to the touch. Corns may blister, release fluid, or become red and inflamed.

Corn Treatment Options
Corns thicken over time and cause significant discomfort, but they can eventually disappear with time and treatment. These are some of the options you’ll discuss with your Asheville, NC podiatrist:

- Putting protective pads on the top of your toes before wearing shoes
- Excision of corns (removing them with a scalpel)
- Anti-inflammatory creams or serums to ease swelling and inflammation
- Treatment of foot deformities that could be causing corn formation (like bunions)

Stop Corns Before They Start to Form
The best thing you can do for your feet if you want to avoid corns in the future is to get quality, comfortable footwear. Instead of wearing shoes with pointed toes, get square-toed boots or heels with plenty of room at the front. Opt for flats over high heels whenever possible and always wear socks to protect your toes from the unnecessary friction inside of your shoes. Soak your feet to soften hardened corns and hasten the healing process.

Better Looking Feet
Corns can have a major impact on the appearance of your feet. Let a podiatrist at Blue Ridge Foot Centers in Asheville, NC, help make your toes look better. Call 828-254-5371 today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Daniel Waldman, or visit https://www.blueridgefoot.com.

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