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Prairie Path Foot & Ankle Clinic

Q
Can I get a corn between my toes?

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It is possible to get a corn between your toes, but the most common place is the tops or the tips of the toes.  Corns are areas of thickend layers or skin that develop when your own body tries to protect itself against areas of friction.  While corns usually occur on the top or knuckle part of the toes where they rub up against a shoe, a tight shoe.  But a tight shoe or hammer digits that cause toes to rub up against one another can also cause corns on the sides and in between the digits.  For treatment options to prevent the condition from getting worse, make an appointment with one of our doctors today.