Dr. Cooper can treat corns and calluses in the office at Eastern Idaho Foot Clinic
Corns and calluses often develop on the hands and feet. They are thick, hardened layers of skin that form when your skin faces friction.
Some symptoms of corns and calluses include:
- Thick, rough spot of skin
- Hardened bump on skin
- Tenderness or pain under the skin
- Flaky or waxy skin
If you have corns or calluses that are causing you pain or discomfort, you should see a doctor.
If you have diabetes or poor blood flow to your feet, you should seek medical attention from a doctor if corns and calluses develop on your feet or hands.