Corns & Callus

Corns & Callus

corns & callus

Over 15% of People are Afflicted with Corns and Calluses

A callus or corn is a build up of skin that forms at point of pressure or over bony prominences. Calluses form on the bottom side of the foot, while corns form on the top of the foot and between the toes.


  • 65 of 1000 people are afflicted with calluses or corns
  • 37 of 1000 males are afflicted
  • 91 of 1000 females are afflicted


  • Repeated friction and pressure from skin rubbing against bony areas or against an irregularity in a shoe
  • Heredity disorders


  • Wear supportive shoes with a wide toe box and a low heel
  • Use over-the-counter creams, avoiding any acidic preparations
  • Use pumice stone or file to treat, diabetics must consult with a medical professional
  • If you have a corn or callus, FDFAC can help. Call us today and make an appointment so that we can properly treat your corn or callous and make your shoes comfortable again – fast.

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