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Calluses and Corns

The human body is incredibly adaptable, and corns and calluses are just one way your body defends you. While slightly different from each other, corns and calluses stem from the same root cause. They are both thick patches of skin that develop to protect you when the skin is subjected to excessive friction and pressure, but they can become problems themselves, particularly for diabetics or anyone with compromised circulation.

Signs Your Corn or Callus is a Problem

Identifying a troublesome corn or callus is relatively simple ­ if they are bothering you or inhibiting your life in any way at all, see your podiatrist!

In some cases, the callus or corn may become sensitive or start to crack. Consistent foot care can help keep calluses supple and prevent them from growing large enough to be a problem. There are many products available to make foot care easier, including foot soaks and pumice stones.

For those with severe or recurring problems, the occasional pedicure may be in order. Of course prevention is always the most effective form of treatment. If you are experiencing calluses, take care to protect your feet, wear supportive footwear that fits correctly, and adjust your posture so your weight is distributed evenly across the entire foot. Contact us today to learn more about calluses and what you can do to manage them.

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Dr Larry Assalita's office is in Scenery Park

110 Regent Court, Suite 200
We are adjacent to the elevator, top floor ( level 2 )

Enter through the side of the building that faces Atherton Street ( right photo above ) for Elevator Access.
Park outside, not under the building ( those covered spaces are reserved and your car would be towed )

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am to Noon

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed