- Deformations in the bone-joint system
- Too frequent removal of dead skin
- Incorrectly selected footwear
- Genetic factors
Calluses are one example of hyperkeratosis, which is a significant thickening and accumulation of the cored tissue of the epidermal skin in one place. Calluses tend to form a fairly large, flat aggregate of keratinized masses with a yellow colour and a round or oval shape, usually they are painless. The Most common places in the appearance of Callies are: heel, toe, foot edges (on the front) and head of the second, third or fourth metatarsal bones.
WHEN TO GO TO A SUBOLOGIST?
Although calluses and keratosis are generally painless, they must be removed immediately. We should report To a subologist immediately when we notice the first disturbing changes. Untreated calluses on the foot in addition to the unsighting appearance over time can cause pain, as well as the loss of elasticity of the epidermal and the resulting cracks, can result in fungal, viral or bacterial infections.
In the case of ingrown or screing nails, you should report to the subcologist immediately when we feel any pain or discomfort. Especially if it persists. Such symptoms usually signal a very serious problem, which later can significantly impede walking.
WAYS TO TREAT MODZELI
The Methods of treating calluses and keratosis are dependent on the causes of their formation. Please Note that calluses on the feet are only one of the possible consequences of abnormal loads. Next to them may also appear corns, pain in the metatarsal, abducent or atrophy of subcutaneous fat, which may be the consequence of the lack of amortization of the metatarsal bones.
In the case of deformation in the osteoarticulatory system (lowering of the metatarsal heads) permanent removal of the callout will be impossible. However, thanks to regular visits to the Subological office and the use of suitable cosmetics and correction (orthopedic inserts, suitable footwear) it is possible to maintain the skin of the feet in good condition.
In the case of modzela formation due to excessive removal, the recommended method of treatment is regular visits to the subologist and cessation of self-interference for a certain period of time. Already even a few meetings with a specialist can dramatically improve the condition of the skin.
In the case of modzela formation due to wearing of inappropriate footwear, a change of footwear is recommended. Also, individual orthopedic liners and orthosis in a relatively short period of time reduce the intensity of the production of the corosum of the epidermal layer.
Let US Remember that the healed foot still requires additional care m.in. In the form of an excising or cushiing bearing and regular visits to a subological office.
DURATION OF THERAPY
Effective, permanent removal of the callout is possible only if the reason for their formation is removed. The Duration of treatment is therefore heavy to estimate. Our specialists can remove calluses and keratosis already during the first treatment. However, This treatment will not remove the increased production of hyperkeratosis. Several treatments must be carried out During the treatment of calllets.
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Very Professional and professional help. Satin is really a very severe foot disorder. I am very pleased with the services of the Satin cabinet.
Thanks to regular care, the problem of calluses has been almost completely minimized. Now walking is a pleasure.