Corns and Calluses Specialists
Get Relief from Corns and Calluses with an Experienced Specialist
At MyFootSpecialists, we specialize in diagnosing and treating all foot conditions, including Corns and Calluses.
Our team of podiatrists is led by Dr. Jason Spector, a fellowship-trained podiatrist with over two decades of experience serving Bradenton, Tampa, Sarasota, and the surrounding areas. As one of the area’s most experienced foot care providers, we understand how painful Corns and Calluses can be due to their hard, thickened skin. We take our time to diagnose each case correctly and provide personalized treatment plans tailored to your needs.
We strive to offer comprehensive care for all our patients’ foot conditions so that they can get back on their feet quickly and get back to living an active life. With our specialized expertise, you can rest assured knowing that your feet will be taken care of every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you manage Corns and Calluses!
What are Corns and Calluses?
Corns and Calluses are very common foot conditions. They typically present as a thickened lesion within the skin. They often arise from an underlying deformity causing increased pressure on the skin. This can be precipitated by constant rubbing within in a shoe or increased pressure from a biomechanical abnormality. You may be more prone to developing corns and calluses if you suffer from bunion, hammertoes, bone spurs or other deformities.
Although these can cause significant pain and discomfort, our specialists can recommend an appropriate treatment to help ease your pain.
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