There are some things that people think they’re doing to help their feet, but they aren’t. What seems like the best advice may not always lead you down the correct path. Here are three common misconceptions.
Corns can become a severe problem if they become infected which can hurt standard tissue or reduce foot movement.
Corns have firm centers and are surrounded by inflamed skin that can occur on different parts of the toes and cause discomfort as they are exposed to increasing amounts of pressure.
Corns can be a painful nuisance, but if treated properly, you and your feet can avoid future complications.
Corns are small in surface area and form on the skin of the foot. They become hardened due to the pressure exerted on them and are generally round.