Heloma Molle – Another name for this is the foot corn, and it is experienced as a hard painful skin bump! Learn what it is and how to treat it!
AKA Foot Corn or Heloma Durum.
A heloma molle is a uniquely shaped callus that resembles a corn kernel. Because of it’s shape, the corn concentrates the pressure into a pinpoint area. This causes deep tissue pain and possible ulceration.
A heloma durum is a hard corn, while a heloma molle is a soft corn. This is usually just semantics as both are usually treated very similarly; except the durum may need to be softened slightly more ahead of time.
Foot Corn (aka Heloma) vs Callus
Corn vs. Wart
What Causes A Heloma Molle?
There are two + one steps to keep foot corn pain away. You have to get rid of them and then take measures to keep them away!