A foot corn refers to the infection caused due to thickening of the skin on the top side of the toes from shoe pressure.
In order to protect itself, the skin on the foot area thickens up and eventually becomes painful at the area of the corn. Foot corns could appear in colors like yellow, white, brown and ray as per the type of skin.

Main causes of foot corns include wearing tight fitting shoes, any stitch inside the shoe, abnormal walking, bunions, and at times, not wearing sandals with socks.

Blister bottom of foot under skin
Cushioned insole sandals

Comments to «Corn in foot finger»

  1. bayramova writes:
    Wear a stiff leather dress shoe.
  2. Sevgi_Qelbli writes:
    For 15 to 20 minutes numerous occasions a day, decreasing your miles if you are the thick.
  3. Pauk writes:
    Attachment into the medial plantar calcaneal stressing the soft tissues of the foot.