Removing Corns

Patient No. 1

Corn formed on the fifth metatarsal bone caused by too much pressure in this area. It was removed mechanically with high-speed cutter. We recommended wearing custom made relieve.

Patient No. 2

Corn was formed on the second toe counting from the big toe side. It was caused by too much pressure of the big toe probably because of too tight shoes. It was removed mechanically by cutting horn spigot that was pressing the nerves. We recommended wearing protective orthosis.

Patient No. 3

Corn on the first phalange of the forth toe appeared due to bone defect (hammer toe) and too much pressure of the shoe. It was removed using vacuum cutter. It was recommended to use protective orthosis and comfortable footwear.

Patient No. 4

Corn on the first phalange of the second toe. It was caused by too much pressure of the shoe. It was removed mechanically using high-speed cutter. It was recommended to wear protective gel orthosis.

Patient No. 5

Corn on the inside of the right foot big toe caused by too tight shoes and too much pressure on the second toe. It was recommended to wear protective orthosis.

Patient No. 6

Corn located in the middle of metatarsal. The main reason of its formation was transverse flat foot and deformation of the feet caused by illness and bad footwear. It was recommended to wear custom made relieve.

Patient No. 7

A callus located in the heel of the right foot caused by excess pressure while walking. It was removed using a rotary vacuum drill. Wearing a custom-made orthosis was recommended.

Patient No. 8

Corns located between the 4th and 5th toe and in the right forefoot. They appeared as a result of slight deformation of the foot and resulting pressure. The corns were removed mechanically with a vacuum drill. Wearing custom-made orthoses was recommended.

Patient No. 9

A callus that formed on the head of the bone of the second toe. Transverse flatfoot also contributed to the formation of the callus. The callus was removed mechanically using a rotary vacuum drill.