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Discussion in 'Ask your questions here' started by samar-alfahad, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. samar-alfahad

    samar-alfahad New Member


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    I am from Saudi Arabia and we dont have any Podiatrist,plzzzz help me i have corns in three fingers of each foot,
    I am tired of doctors and no one helped me give me something to treat it with ,
    waiting for reply:(:(:(:(:
     
  2. FootDoc

    FootDoc New Member

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    Corns on the top of toes are among the most straight forward problems to treat. Normally they occur because of intermittent pressure, generally from the upper of the shoe on toes which are deformed in some manner (generally hammered) causing a bony prominence. If you do not have a podiatrist or qualified surgeon available there is no use in discussing corrective surgery which is general the optimum way to treat corns caused by such as hammertoe. Palliative care involves paring down the corn, but I would advise that only be done by a professional, so you are left with using padding to keep the pressure of the shoe from contacting the bony prominence. Acid cream and drops are also available for temporary destruction of the keratosis, but they should only be used in patients who have no underlying circulatory problem or diabetes and even then can cause problems. I do not advise their use without the supervision of a professional. The bottom line is that the effective treatment of corns is best handled by a professional. The fact that you do not have one available does not change my opinion.
     

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