Wangaratta — Benalla — Myrtleford
Falls Creek Corns Callouses and Warts Treatment
Falls Creek corns callouses and warts patients, don't keep suffering. Call us today to arrange treatment in Myrtleford.
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About THe TreatmenT
The body protects skin tissues from pressure or friction damage by producing an area of hard skin so unless the cause of the pressure or friction is found and removed, calluses and corns will continue to form.
Calluses and corns can be treated with removal of thickened skin using a pumice stone or medicated pads containing salicylic acid. Prevention is key with proper footwear and cushioning. See a podiatrist if you suffer from calluses or corns. Don’t try to treat them yourself.
Common sites of corns and calluses are the ball of the foot, under the big toe, tips of toes and any bony prominence.
Sometimes, the pressure of the corn or callus may produce inflammation, which can result in pain, swelling and redness. The symptoms can include:
- Thickened patch of hard skin on the foot
- Hard, small bump of skin that may have a central core
- White and rubbery bumps of skin
- Pain when pressure or friction is applied to the area
Falls Creek Corns Callouses and Warts Treatment Fact Sheet
Corns and calluses are common foot problems that can be both painful and unsightly. They develop due to pressure or friction on the feet, and can cause discomfort and affect a person’s mobility if left untreated. We do Falls Creek corns callouses and Warts treatments at our clinic in Myrtleford. Let’s get you fixed quickly.
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Local Podiatrist Clinic Serving the Falls Creek Community
Welcome to Falls Creek, a stunning alpine village located in Victoria’s North East region. Situated approximately 100 kilometers east of the Foot Centre Myrtleford, Falls Creek is known for its world-class skiing and snowboarding, as well as its breathtaking natural beauty.
The village is nestled in the Alpine National Park and offers visitors a range of outdoor activities year-round, including hiking, mountain biking and fishing.
Visitors can explore local attractions such as the nearby Bogong High Plains or take a scenic drive along the Great Alpine Road.
To learn more about the services available in Falls Creek and the surrounding region, check out the Alpine Shire Council website or visit My Community Directory for information on local community groups and resources. Come experience all that Falls Creek has to offer!
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