Corns & Calluses
Corns and calluses are the body’s way of protecting itself and are often the result of excessive pressure or shearing in a shoe.
Poor foot biomechanics, poorly fitted shoes, or a combination of the two is usually to blame. Corns are more commonly found on the toes, whereas calluses are more common on the bottom of the foot, at the ball and heel.
Both corns and calluses can be very painful, making standing or walking uncomfortable. Wearing shoes that are too small, or too big, can cause additional irritation and discomfort.
Our Pain Relief Solutions
Good Feet arch supports are designed to help distribute body weight more evenly across the foot, reducing weight-bearing pressure on the front of the foot and the heel. Additionally, by stabilizing the foot inside the shoe, Good Feet arch supports may improve how a shoe fits, reducing pressure and friction on the toes.