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Corns are small, concentrated areas of hard skin, often found on the feet or hands, that develop due to friction or pressure. They can be painful and are usually a protective response by the skin. 
A podiatrist can help with corns by: 
• Safely removing the corns without causing pain. 
• Applying padding or insoles to relieve pressure. 
• Fitting corrective appliances for long-term relief. 
• Advising on proper footwear to prevent recurrence. 
• Treating any underlying foot problems that may be causing the corns. 
Make sure to wear comfortable shoes that fit properly. Tight or ill-fitting footwear can contribute to the formation of corns, so let's give our feet the breathing room they deserve! 
If your corns persist or become painful, it might be a good idea to make an appointment with us at Revive Footcare. Podiatrists can provide personalized advice and treatment options to help you get back on your feet, pain-free! 
For calluses, which are larger, thickened areas of skin, a podiatrist can remove the hard skin and redistribute pressure with soft padding or strapping. It’s important not to self-treat corns, especially if you have conditions like diabetes or poor circulation, as this can lead to serious complications. 
So, let's give our feet some extra love and attention. After all, they carry us through life's adventures! Feel free to share your own tips and experiences with corns in the comments below. Let's support each other on this journey to happy, corn-free feet! 
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