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If you are buying something from Nordstrom for a kid, you know it's a dog!" "I bought my son a pair. He doesn't even use them any more." "I saw someone in Safeway on those things. Isn't that against the law? Damn brat ran into me!" Then the conversation turned to the good ole days of rollerblades and skateboards. Mainly about how you can't order fast food from the fast food joints going through the drive thru when you are on wheels. [My own son tried that once.] A lot of college memories. Talk of the stupidest criminals robbing a liquor store at night and running off in those shoes that light up when they hit the ground! And that was it on the adult talk of HLYS. So, acting on behalf of my MIA Intern, and in the name of DD, I called all the kids in from the room where they were playing air hockey, and asked them about HLYS. 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Internally, pressure can come from the bones that lie beneath the skin. If the bones are abnormally prominent due to a foot structure abnormality (like a bunion or flat feet), or if the skin and padding below the bone is abnormally thin, then pressure will increase on the overlying skin. The skin is usually irritated by both internal and external sources of pressure at the same time, where external pressure from walking combined with internal pressure from prominent bones or thin skin create a reaction in the skin tissue. This reaction causes the skin to form a thickening of the outer layer of keratin based cells, which squish together to form multiple layers. Over time, a callus (also called a hyperkeratosis) develops as the skin becomes excessively thick at the spot of pressure. This callus, if thick enough, can be painful as the original normal skin layer on the bottom of the callus is harmed by the pressure of the layer that covers it. What once was a simple protective measure by the skin can turn into a source of pain and damage for the skin if growth progresses far enough. Sometimes, the callus grows inward towards the base layer of the skin, leading to the formation of a thick, hard core that tunnels inward (but does not break the skin). This is also called an intractable plantar keratosis, and is often mistaken for a wart. Finally, sweat and other skin glands can fill with keratin material, forming a small pinpoint callus called a porokeratosis. This type of callus does not need to have a prominent bone underneath it for it to form, and is usually not painful. Callus treatment is often misunderstood, and in reality can be somewhat complicated. The most common form of treatment is simple shaving of the callus by oneself, a pedicurist, or a podiatrist. The act of thinning the hard skin will make it more comfortable to walk on, and will reduce pain. 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In reality, this myth does not work out well, and bone surgery is necessary to keep callus care from becoming an exercise in regular skin maintenence through regular shaving and shoe inserts. This may provide complete relief for some. For others, surgery is needed to break the ongoing pain cycle. Dr. Kilberg provides full foot and ankle care to adults and children in the Indianapolis area. He is board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, and is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association. He enjoys providing comprehensive foot health information to the online community. Visit this Indianapolis foot doctor website for more information.

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