Hurst Podiatry Blog

I have a corn, what should I do?

Some people will try and remove corns themselves using scissors or a sharp blade.

This is obviously fraught with danger and is very easy to get wrong.

You run the risk of cutting too much and creating a wound or infection or you don’t cut enough and getting little to no relief.

We might be biased but we think the best bet is to let us help you remove the corn safely and carefully.

We can also have a chat to you about what can be done to slow the corn down from coming back or stop it altogether.

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