Calluses on the feet can be more serious for diabetics because of poor circulation to the feet.
In addition, when people wear ill-fitting shoes or high heels, the shoes can rub against the sides of the feet and toes.
Not only can calluses develop more quickly for diabetics than those who do not have diabetes, they can ulcerate, becoming open sores. I got them because I wore extremely flat and poor quality sandals every day for a couple of weeks.


For example, if a person who has foot calluses because of poorly fitted shoes starts wearing ones that fit better, the calluses will start to disappear.
Many healthcare professionals suggest using patches that include 40% salicylic acid, or they may suggest patients wear shoe inserts to reduce pressure and friction on the foot.
I didn't even realize when or how they formed, but one day I just couldn't walk from the pain.
The Pedag Deluxe Fallen Arches Insoles also helps relieve symptoms of flatfoot or splayfoot.


You can also purchase over-the-counter pads to use when wearing shoes to reduce your calluses.




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