I looked to see if I could spot what "Jewish Feet" looked like. He had taken his sock off to fix the callous pad. In addition to the ulcerous looking sore on the tip of his big toe, I couldn't help but notice that a couple of his middle toes were malformed. I knew that the sore on the tip of his big toe was probably a callous or a corn. The curled up toes were a mystery to me. The symptoms can be varied, but normally theyinclude burning, numbness, pain, and a full feeling in the ball of the foot.These symptoms are often made worse with dress shoes. If you have calluses and corns that are bothersome, it may help to use over-the-counter pads to prevent further irritation. You can thin your calluses in the shower with a pumice stone, but don't do this if you are diabetic. Don't ever pear down your corns or calluses yourself with a razor blade. This should only be done by a doctor, whether or not you are diabetic. Keep your skin on your hands and feet moisturized, and be sure to wear socks and shoes that fit you well. (Medicine / Pathology) a deformity of the bones of a toe causing the toe to be bent in a clawlike arch This is an abnormal growth of heel bone and your heel bone bears the most pressure and shocks of the body. Heel spur can leads to extreme pain within your rear foot, particularly when you walk or just standing on your feet. Some common causes of heel spurs are flat feet, poor footwear, and high arches. Foot Solutions offers a wide range of heel comfort products that can help you to cure heel spurs. A corn or callus may also develop on the tip of the toe from pressure and rubbing on the bottom of the shoe. Another of the internally developing foot problems, hammertoes are twisted toes that resemble a bird's claw. Hammertoes tend to be hereditary, although they can sometimes occur as the result of an injury to the toe, to neurological trauma (such as a stroke ), or to years of wearing extremely tight-fitting shoes. Although hammertoes cannot be "healed" once they form, this article offers tips on how to treat hammertoe to relieve pain. Morton's Toe" means having either one or both of two abnormal, inherited conditions of the first metatarsal bone of the foot. There are many other foot injuries that can lead to top of foot pain. The best way to help control this condition is to wear insoles which give some support and relief to your foot. The insoles treat the cause of the foot pain which in turn causes top of foot pain. The insoles prevent the pain from reoccurring. A hammer toe , or claw toe, describes a condition where the toe(s) become buckled, contracted or crooked. The toe could even cross over an adjacent toe, which is called a cross over toe. Any of the toes may be affected, but the 2nd and 5th toe are most commonly involved. See a professional - If you suffer from chronic discomfort or pain, seek the attention of a foot specialist such as a podiatrist or orthopedist. They can help provide you with proper shoes and orthotics that are custom made for your foot. They can also recommend exercises and even surgery if it is in the patient's best interest. Wearing orthopedic devices can help in reducing the pain and inflammation caused by hammer toe There are foot straps, cushions and padding that you can readily buy on the market. These medical devices will help correct your feet deformity and make them comfortable during the treatment period. You have now completed the horse shoeing job. Now this may seem like a lot of do's and dont's, but actually it all moves along fairly quick and these are necessary processes that need to be done. This all being said, there will be a lot of people who will do things differently that can also be correct, even though the basic fundamentals are the same. Take your time, don't get discouraged and keep working at it, you will get better if you have the desire to. GOOD LUCK, you can do it.PICTURES COMING SOON. The wisest thing to do would be to consult a chiropractor proficient in applied kinesiology. This professional is best equipped to examine the potential problem areas and correct them innexpensively. Treatment considerations would include spinal and extremity adjustment, dietary/nutritional counseling, acupuncture/acupressure, gait correction, and shoe evaluation with the possible need for orthotics. Orthotics should be considered last, after all other corrections have had their maximum effect. To get more information on applied kinesiology or to find a doctor that practices professional applied kinesiology, visit the International College of Applied Kinesiology online.