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Soft Corn Treatment

Soft Corn Treatments from the Experts

Walk Without Pain Podiatry Clinics, located throughout Brisbane are trusted by thousands of clients, primarily for our large range of effective treatments. With a team of highly trained podiatrists at hand to help, a series of technological procedures and soft corn treatments on offer, and customer service that can’t be beaten, you can count on us to provide the soft corn treatments you need to be comfortable again.

Find the Walk Without Pain Podiatry Clinic close to you, and we’ll be happy to arrange an appointment at a time and date that suits you. We’ll schedule a time to examine your feet and answer any questions you might have.  The treatment itself is quick, simple and painless meaning you can walk out of the treatment with no down time.

What is a Soft Corn?

A soft corn is a kind of painful lesion, and a build-up of skin, that is typically found between the toes. Usually they will develop between the fourth and the fifth small toes, but it is possible for them to develop between any toes where pressure is applied from footwear or poor toe alignment.

Soft corns differ to hard corns in that they do not appear at the top of a toe, and the skin build-up will usually feel softer, warmer, and moister than a hard corn. When a corn begins to develop, it can take just a matter of weeks before they grow large enough to create significant pain and discomfort with walking.

Corns always come about from pressure.  In addition to removing the offending, we can talk through your options to reduce the wear and tear on the skin for the future. Painful corns tend to escalate with time, becoming increasingly uncomfortable and can be prone to ulceration, breakdown and infection.  Although painful, corns don’t have nerve or blood supply.  It is the good skin underneath a corn that is reporting pain – much like a pebble in your shoe can cause pain without the pebble being able to feel a thing.

How Soft Corn Treatment Works

Early corn treatment typically involves relieving pressure on the toe. This might take the form pressure deflection, shoe modifications (padding) and a few other simple tricks and tips. However, if the soft corn has already developed into a problem, it will require professional soft corn treatment from the team at Walk Without Pain.  As corns don’t have a nerve supply of their own, they can be cut out without the need for local anaesthetic.

Our team boasts over 120 years of collective experience, and our principal podiatrist has 28 years of personal experience. We’re confident we can develop the right treatment plan for you.

Arrange Your Appointment Today!

Want to find out more about our treatments, and learn how we could help treat your problem? Simply head over to our Contact Us page where you can fill in the contact form. Alternatively, you can call us on (07) 3256 1007 and a member of our team will be delighted to talk to you in-depth about what we do, and how we can help.

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