Extremely painful callus on foot?

Answer go see a podiatristshe is an expert on feet and toes

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How to Cure a Callus on the Foot?

A callus, or corn, on the foot can be nasty if left untreated. If a callus grows, dries out and cracks, or gets infected, you'll have some pain walking. Typically, though, a callus is not a serious... Read More »

What should i do if the callus on my foot cracked open?

You need to take care of your feet to prevent this from happening. Use lotion or oil or a pumice stone to keep a callus from building up to where it can crack. I have no suggestions for an open wou... Read More »

Extremely painful injured tailbone?

The muscles alongside your tailbone have tightened up to cause that pain for the bones don't have pain sensors in them, but muscles can get awful tight to cause a lot of pain. Usually there is som... Read More »

Extremely painful back problems. Help?

Sounds like you've developed sciatica. The muscles in your back seize up with the pain from your trapped sciatic nerve just above your pelvis. A muscle relaxant from the doc can help in the short -... Read More »