With the right podiatric treatment in Colorado Springs, you get relief from painful, uncomfortable corns and calluses on your toes
Here’s what you should know about getting board-certifed Colorado Springs corns treatment at Intermountain Foot & Ankle:
A corn is a callus growth caused by constant stress and abrasion to the tops of toes (often from poorly-fitting shoes). They are usually yellowish in color. Corns develop because of abuse or stress. Corns can be painful and uncomfortable and may or may not heal on their own. Treatment for corns may include:
- pads to protect the corn
- trimming, shaving callus tissue
- special, better-fitting shoes
If you have corns, you can contact a podiatrist for medical help. Podiatrists are specifically-trained to help people with foot or ankle conditions such as pain, disease, or disfigurement.
It’s always a good idea to be an advocate for your own health care. Don’t be afraid to ask your doctor detailed questions about procedures, safety, and after-care.
Talk to a board-certified podiatrist
If you’d like to discuss your options for corns treatment with Colorado Springs podiatrist, Kerry E. Berg, DPM, at Intermountain Foot & Ankle Associates, PC, please call 719-594-9920.