Noble Park Podiatry
Noble Park Podiatry


  1. HARD CORNS: are painful conical areas of hardened skin, caused by pressure. They are usually found over prominent joints, such as clawed toes or under the ball of the foot.
  2. SOFT CORNS: occur between the toes, because the small joints rub up against each other. They are usually whitish and rubbery in appearance.
  3. SEED CORNS: small lesions which are usually not associated with pressure.


  • The demarcated core/nucleus will need to be removed by a podiatrist
  • Prevent or remove the pressure against the toes and feet
  • Never use “corn cures” or pads. They contain acids which can’t differentiate between normal skin and extra keratin. This may lead to an ulcer developing in the area.]





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