Corns on Your Feet Don’t Stop Growing Easily

deceptive! Thin and smooth layers of the skin eventually turn into a painful, hard or soft area that typically forms on your toes. Corns are the product of compression and resistance on your feet that usually form as they brush against the inner parts of your footwear. You know you have a corn when the skin becomes discolored, coarse, and reddish.

Risk factors for developing corns

Factors that increase the likelihood of causing corns are

With some simple choices in how you treat your feet, you can likely avoid many complications that may be associated with corns.

Treatment for this condition includes:

Podiatrist Dr. Stavros O. Alexopoulos takes your foot health seriously and wants to make sure that any corns on your feet are dealt with effectively with lasting results. Contact podiatry office Stavros O. Alexopoulos, DPM at (773)561-8100 at our Chicago, IL office to schedule an appointment today! We look forward to serving all of your foot and ankle needs. Look over our Patient Education Libraryfor detailed information about common foot and ankle conditions.

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Stavros Alexopoulos One of Chicago’s top podiatrists, Stavros Alexopoulos, DPM, treats routine to complex foot and ankle issues. Dr. Alexopoulos is currently accepting new patients at My Chicago Foot Expert located near Ravenswood, North Park, and Jefferson Park.

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