Do you suffer with?
- Painful hard skin
- Shoes that rub
- Areas of hard skin on the balls of your feet, on your toes or around the heels.
- Hard skin in-between your toes
- Do you have pain when walking
Treatment and Prevention
Never try to remove the hard skin yourself as this can lead to injury and infection.
Diabetics should always seek professional advice.
A Podiatrist can
- Relieve the excessive pressure that leads to callous formation.
- Safely remove your hard skin giving you instant relief.
- Provide you with foot supports (orthotics) that will distribute your weight evenly.
- An effective orthotic will transfer pressure away from the high pressured area to allow the callous to heal so you can walk in comfort again.