3 Reasons To Have Your Calluses Regularly Removed By A Podiatrist When You Have Diabetes

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Calluses form on your feet in order to protect the sensitive skin on your feet from irritation. They’re made mostly of hard keratin, and they form when you regularly place a lot of pressure on an area of the bottom of your foot. Calluses don’t cause pain, so they’re not an issue for most people. When you have diabetes, however, calluses can cause serious problems. People who have diabetes often develop diabetic neuropathy in their feet, which causes numbness.…

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