A tearing 'tween your toes is probably a soft corn. A splash of black-dotted skin on your heel? I'd err toward a wart.
(Heel pain so bad you can't walk is probably plantar fasciitis)
If only it was always this simple!
After writing my general guide, I realized telling a seed corn vs plantar wart can be tricky.
Both are similar in size, sprout in the same place and can form in a cluster. Not to mention, the sole of your foot is difficult to get a good look at.
(Pro-tip: it's easier to take a magnified photo with your phone)
So how do you tell them apart? Well, with these few pointers, you'll be well on your way.
After my post on the price of ingrown toenail surgery, I thought I'd touch on corn removal surgery cost.
A lot of you wonder about this. People assume that due to the pain, they're going to be super-expensive to banish.
You'll be relieved to hear this isn't the case! The vast majority will be walking with a spring in your step after one appointment.
But this doesn't mean you'll never have trouble with your corn again...