Re: Burning Sore/Corn on Toes

Your toe is in a bad position and therefore rubs enough to cause a corn. I do not recommend any over the counter corn removers which contain salicylic acid. This simply burns the skin and can cause problems and I have seen many. An old fashioned treatment is to use lamb's wool wrapped around the toe to cushion and protect it. You might try to make an appointment with a podiatrist for further evaluation and treatment. There are times we fix this problem surgically but I am not sure in the UK how long it would take to get scheduled.

Posted By Vivian Abrams DPM on December 01, 2003 at 20:48:14:

In Reply to: Burning Sore/Corn on Toes posted by SJ on December 01, 2003 at 17:25:32:

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