(loud noises coming) (music) What’s up my toes? It’s Jonathan a.k.a the Toe Bro and I’m back with another old-school Toe Bro kind of style video. So today’s gonna be a fairly routine treatment. I have a patient who has multiple thick toenails. So what I normally do is I try to trim down the nails as much as I can with a nail nipper. As you can see, they’re very thick, so it’s really hard to trim anything. So then I will use my file my electric file, with the water spray, to file them down as much as I can. That way it’s as thin and as smooth as possible. The next thing that we’ll be doing for this patient is treating his corn that he has on his third toe. It’s an apical corn meaning it’s on the tip of his toe and it’s very, very painful for him. As you can see, just from looking at his feet, he’s got extremely curved toes. So you can call these hammer toes or claw toes but yes they’re in very much in a clawed position and what happens is that when the toes are in a clawed position, they apply more pressure on the tip of the toe and with increased pressure on the tip of the toe, the body is going to build hard skin to protect itself. So with all this increased pressure, now we have more callus where hard skin can build up on the tip of the toe and with all this hard skin and all this pressure that tissue underneath can actually break down and form a wound. So it’s very important that we remove as much of the dead skin as possible and then try to cushion or protect this area to give them as much relief from the pressure as possible. I’ve been seeing this patient for many years and sometimes we get the corn very flat. Sometimes he does a great job with footwear. I’ve given him other pads before and it works well but again, if the patient isn’t taking the necessary steps on a daily basis to cushion and pad that area, the hard skin will keep coming back over and over and over. So it’s very important that number one: he comes in for routine care so this hard skin doesn’t get worse on the tip of the toe and the second thing is he has to work hard on making sure all his shoes have a lot of cushioning. He has enough padding to really cushion the tip of the toe so it’s not applying so much pressure. So what we’re gonna be doing for this corn is removing as much of the dead skin as possible. As you can see, there is a black dot in the middle of that hard skin and that’s actually dry blood. So that’s a sign that there has been bleeding or there’s been so much pressure that the tissue is actually breaking down underneath. So this is always something a little scary because we’re always worried if there’s actually gonna be an opening or not. If there’s gonna be a wound or an ulcer underneath that hard skin. I’m just taking a look at my YouTube channel right now and it’s unbelievable that we just passed fifty-four thousand toes! So again, thank you guys for tuning in, watching my videos, liking, commenting. You guys are always giving me so much support and positive feedback. So I really appreciate that. This is actually the 10th month since I posted my first video and to reach, you know, just about 55,000 subscribers in just around ten months is unbelievable and you know what?
Now I have my eyes really set on a hundred thousand! So, guys, help me whatever way you can; share, like, subscribe. Do whatever you can to help me get there to the hundred thousand, hundred thousand toes! That would be unbelievable! I really appreciate you know you guys taking the time to write all the things you do to me. I read all the comments. It’s hard to get, it’s really hard nowadays to answer all of the comments because now you know there’s a couple hundred everyday that are coming in. It’s unbelievable but I’m really thankful and I do read them and every now and then I do answer them so I really appreciate that. To all of those who put an order in, thank you so much for the support! It means the world to me. The instruments are coming probably closer to the end of the month. So I checked out the instruments; I did a quality control check. Everything’s looking good. The last thing I’m waiting to have done is getting them stamped with the Toe Bro on there and then they’ll be shipped right out. So I got a big, big list to send out. I’m so excited to pack all of them up once I get them. So again, thank you guys for the support. Check out my website Take a look. I’ll always be posting new items on there. Things that I have been offering in my clinic and now I finally have the ability to share them with other people. (music) So after scraping this down, there is no wound but it is very, very close to being a wound; the skin is very fragile. There’s still some of that red mark left behind. I didn’t want to go any further because then I’d definitely be going into the live, fleshy skin. So I went down as far as I can. I’m gonna go over this area again with the electric file to really smooth it out and at the very end of this video, I’m going to dress the toe with a little silicone toe sleeve and this can be really helpful for people who have these wounds on the tip of the toe just to give it a little bit more padding. (music) TB: What we have, Bruce, is just a silicone sleeve. Patient: Yeah. TB: I trimmed it a little bit just so it would fit your toe a little bit better. P: Yeah. TB: What you’re gonna do is just slip this on just like that. P: This will do two things, it will separate the toes too. TB: A little bit but this one won’t separate too much. It will keep these two a little bit apart but it’s gonna cushion the tip of the toe. So, there’s no opening. It’s very close to having an opening, okay? So you gotta be very careful. Instead of coming our normal two and a half months, three months, we’re gonna come in two to six weeks. Sorry, two months to 6 weeks, okay? Just to make sure this doesn’t open up. So by having that on there, it’s gonna be a little bit better, okay? P: Now do you replace that one or reuse it? You can reuse it, you can you know wash it with some warm water, a little bit of soap and that’s about it, okay? Don’t sleep with it. You just put it on when you’re out and about, okay? I’m gonna give you two, okay? P: That would be fine. TB: Hope you guys liked the video today. Something simple; routine treatment. This is the bread and butter for most foot specialists: routine foot care, corns, calluses, nails. This kind of case could relate to many of you so I hope you enjoyed that. Thank you guys for all the support and love. Keep watching, subscribe if you haven’t, comment, like. Toe Bro, out.


  • Mindy Vaughn says:

    You really make my day!!

  • GenKatQltr says:

    That foam and foot rub looked heavenly! How I wish . . .

  • Kathy Carleton says:

    We are so lucky to have dr.s like you. Just think of the people with all these foot problems, and you are so good at what you do every day for these people. Otherwise half these people wouldn't be able to walk. So thank you so very much for doing what you do.You are great at it too.

  • Amanda H says:

    Telling my husband when I'm old to never let my feet get that bad when I can't take care of them!

  • Fishing Vessel Tuna Tyme says:

    I watch all the you tube videos and it's great to see you on Tuesday night now your own show

  • Madeline R says:


  • Denise Myers says:

    I have major ingrown toenail onmy big toe bit i think it's dead skin too

  • Rikka Mata says:

    I get so hook on watching your videos despite of i have to go to work the next day.. 12:48am manila 🇵🇭..

  • Stephanie Catembung says:

    Now that I'm watching, there are now 1,154,894 views!

  • Janet Green says:

    Love the channel and your TV show!!!

  • Tina Arena says:

    I just want to get in there & pick the dry skin off… 😀

  • Michelle Hines says:

    What type of foam was that?

  • Debbie Goble says:

    What is the core and why do you have to remove it? The music got to go.

  • Patty McKenna Van Hulle says:

    I gave y'a a like,but more OPERA HADES!!

  • Kathy Pereyo says:

    I was so glad to see you lotion up this lovely gentleman’s feet. God love you both!

  • Janette Howarth says:

    Luv u, fellow Canadian. I live in Washington state and keep dual citizenship. I was raised, married, and had 4 children in Alberta. before moving south. I believe you are the best in your profession, on any untuned channel. Great work, great bedside manner!

  • Janette Howarth says:

    Untuned = utube

  • Jay LA LaKrista says:

    I know you lying with this music smh

  • Meriniza Reyes says:

    Why cant these people realize that its important to always moistuirize feet. In USA, there are so many lotions, cheap one.

  • Lisa Murphy says:

    Brother you really need to change the music!!! Please

  • Cecilia Kirsch says:

    why do old people let there feet get this bad, don't they have someone that care for them?

  • Nancy mommy al aha knows est!!! Bryant says:

    Your like the dr. Sandra Lee of toes love both your work and bedside manner!! ☺️👵

  • Chris Fry says:

    This has nothing to do with anything important, but when I heard the music it brought back such good memories and a big smile to my face!! I had a little blue music box when I was a little girl and it had the "March of the Toreador" on it!! it made me remember my love of classical music.

  • Chantell Webb says:

    Please no music !


    Beautiful music 👍

  • Donna Wentz says:

    Amazon has some spray foam for dry cracked feet

  • Kecia Collins says:

    WOW you brought his foot back from the dead

  • Eureka Salma says:

    Why is this so relaxing

  • judi young says:

    Bravo! Encore! Super impressed with how multitalented you are. Who would have known you could sing like that! tee hee…keep surprising us bro. x

  • licks n kicks says:

    Toe Bro no music pls. I love the sound of your voice because it’s very calming and relaxing.

  • Greninja Studios says:

    I really want more gross things

  • Teresa Tullis says:

    I'm with the majority on this. I dont care for the music at all, but I absolutely love you.

  • Tina Bradbury says:

    No like music …

  • Tina Bradbury says:

    Need organic sounds.

  • Tina Bradbury says:

    Please dont start covering your work with music … Please!!!

  • Dawn Mason says:

    Jonathan mentions 54000 subscriptions in this now he is coming up on 500000 let's get him his YouTube Button soon.

  • Arlene Valentin says:

    Cream, cream and more cream. 😜

  • Arlene Valentin says:

    Not digging the music 🙈🙉🙊

  • Kody Hah says:

    I'm there. I'm eating my wings as I watch this. Not to brag but thanos gonna need more then some gems to stop me now. I'm not strong enough to watch an eschar be debrided yet though lol

  • Pat Hall says:

    Good video just don't like the music

  • Lori George says:

    Love you toe bro. What an awesome job you do. If I ever get a corn, I’m coming to see you.

  • Catherine Cossano says:

    Gosh, I wish you could exfoliate the entirety of both feet…

  • Catherine Cossano says:

    Love The Toreador!

  • brianrosemusician says:

    Amazing job, Doc!

  • Natasha Simmons says:

    Amazing job☺

  • Rosalia Fernandez Whipple says:

    Please come to the Dominican Republic

  • Janette Howarth says:

    I like the music, as well as your sexy voice

  • Todoroki Owo says:

    1 year and a couple months ago there were 54k now there’s 450k+
    Amazing love your vids, kinda therapeutic as well

  • Theresa Parrish says:

    How do you know when to stop. cutting on callus and corns? When I watch I get nervous

  • Shon Jones says:

    I am sooo glad to see/know how you take extra care with the older patients. It shows you CARE

  • GenKatQltr says:

    I love the way you can clean up cuticles that are crusty or overgrown or dirty, quickly, completely, and without hurting the toes! That and cleaning callus and flaky skin off until they look like pink baby skin. For me all this is the icing on the cake! You've inspired me to work on my own, though they're not anywhere near this bad, but I am 66 and don't ever want them to get this way. Thank you, Jonathan! 👏👍👍👣😊

  • Pamela Rickers says:

    Are you able to give the patient advice on skin care? For his feet in general?
    Ot would that be stepping on someone else’s toes? Sorry! 🤪🤪🤪

  • Nancy mommy al aha knows est!!! Bryant says:

    No music please!!!

  • Diane Fowler says:

    Hi! I love the music in general, but I much prefer listening to you and patient converse, and your explanation of what you are doing. Makes me feel almost like I'm there.

  • Chuck Del Toro says:

    Looking at old videos I have missed. You are without a doubt, the very best. Love your show on the TV. Hang in there. Love ya Bro….👍👍👍

  • Michelle Jones says:


  • María Esther Gálvez Sanchez says:

    Preciosa música me encanta quien canta y que nombre tiene esta opera

  • Marie F says:

    I never imagined watching such content, but it started with blackhead removal honestly…. and I was lead here. I'm very intrigued. I think for me, it's more about the doctor than the patient/circumstances so to you, an amazing, caring, genuine podiatrist, YOU'RE AWESOME! Great career choice and thank you for sharing what you do for your patients, with all of us!

  • Elizabeth Horn says:

    I suggest that you get some better lighting so your viewers can see every detail. I love your videos. Thank you.


    Love your music… the patients hear it to?

  • M. How says:

    AHH. CARMEN! My favorite opera! Thank you for the entertainment.

  • Ali Bebee says:

    I had just been thinking about not having seen you applying the foot creme too frequently of late… And then, there it was. Beautiful job as usual.

  • Diane Gladstone says:

    I think the music is perfect! Toe-reador!

  • Dream Walker says:

    No music please 😢 the educational treatment is much better

  • Angel Hughes says:

    Wow!! The old videos had opera?? Who knew! Glad you took that off!

  • Fem GamR says:

    A human has 10 toes. All your subscribers are humans. So, if you have 54,000 subscribed toes, you actually have 5,400 subs. :T

  • Shari KNAPP says:

    I'm more than happy to be a newbie "toe", I've learned more about the importance of my feet than I ever thought I would! 😜🦶 I do suffer from chronic pain due to having Mitochondrial Disorder AND (as if that weren't enough) type 1 Diabetes. My feet cramp viciously causing my own hammer toes, they curve under. The only shoes I can comfortably wear are Sketchers with their memory foam insoles and stretchable fabric. Thanks for all your hard work and dedication.

  • Geoffrey Rogers says:

    Hi there new subscriber from Mandurah in Western Australia enjoy watching your vids.

  • Jim Talbott says:

    The Barber of Seville! In the period that song is about, the town barber would have dealt with nails and calluses too!

  • HighvoltageAJ says:

    Excellent work!

  • Karen Reney says:

    Great job!

  • Juliet Arellano says:

    j hate the music, it's a distraction, its taking me off watching this video

  • Luanne Heidinger says:

    I find your videos so fascinating. Thank you for all you do and all the information.

  • Nita Looney says:


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  • Laura Peltier says:

    The white foam that you massaged into your patients foot looked amazing and very emollient. When you have so much dead skin on the feet as he did, is that strictly dry skin or is it also a sign of bad circulation?

  • Alen Pezo says:

    Am i the only one which this music makes so uncomfortable 😂

  • Susan Wahl says:

    I have little toes that split the long way so I have to see a podiatrist to take care of them.

  • Dani Hoehn says:

    Don't want the music just you and maybe the patient.

  • Kelly Marcelino says:

    Qual e a marca dessa maquina de lixar unhas e pés.
    Obrigada se puder me informar.

  • Lori Mendoza says:

    Not a fan of the music.

  • brenda henlin says:

    I know people come in for one bad thing but iuf their foot is bad please do it all

  • Catherine Crawford says:

    I have neuropathy in both feet but I also have fibromyalgia so I stub my toe like I just did…feels like they just got chopped off with a meat clever
    …not fun. My toes are totally messsed up.😅📣

  • James Liebherr says:

    Will you cut a neuro fibrous. From in between my toe

  • Faith Read says:

    Oh please stop the music, I don’t think “CARMEN” has anything to do with toenails or corns!!

  • Nancy Litton says:

    I bet your Dad is so proud of you!!!
    Taking over his business and then take it to the next level!
    You are so good at what you do. God bless you.

  • Verified 2014 says:

    Great site and information. Some of the prooducts used in this video and hyperlinked are showing 404 errors for example silicone toe protector

  • Shirley Shipman- Johnson says:

    I have a question I really hope you can help me with. I’m 66 years old I have Rheumatoid and it’s really caused my toes to twist and bend. I had spinal cord surgery two years ago. A bone was growing around the spinal cord and paralyzing me. After a seven hour surgery the bone was removed and a lot of hardware is now in my lower back as three vertebrae was removed but it left my left leg and foot with no feeling at all. I was in the hospital for three months I had to learn to walk again. Now I can’t bend over and living alone it’s very hard to wash my feet when I shower daily. My toes are so hard to get between especially not being able to bend over. Do you have any suggestions on how I can was my feet and especially between my toes and dry between my toes. I’ve tried buying shower brushes but they are to large to get between the toes also I need a way to apply lotion to my feet and toes. They are so dry and really look crusty. They need moisturizer daily after my shower. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated. I use a walker to get to the bathroom and other than that I use a wheelchair. Thank you for any suggestions you may have. I live in East Tennessee. Sure wish I was near you. You definitely are a rock star in the toe world.

  • Debbie Keplinger says:

    Really don’t like the music either. Would rather listen to you and the patient…..

  • Bewildering Truth Seeker says:

    Lol the music sounds like he's singing something about toes..

  • Ricky Ferguson says:

    I know this is an older video…but… dang.. over 500 dislikes! Come on people it’s the Toe Stud! And the music is freaking great! Thanks For Sharing

  • Pranayarn says:

    I love this channel, one of my faves. I was so happy to see that this gentleman got his feet moisturized after all the work was done. I’m sure it helped immensely to stimulate the circulation and revitalized the tissues. Wonderful !!

  • Loretta Johnson says:

    Love the Music! I have a question. My toenails use to be very strong and nice. I have noticed them splintering alot and being very weak. What could be causing this and what can I do to stop it. I have had a severe ingrown before and sure do not want another one.

  • Barbara Lent says:

    Love your videos. I’m in Australia and insulin dependent and I’ve always known I should check my feet but you know how it goes. I do get my feet done with someone similar to yourself every ten weeks and so far no problems. Although did drop something on my big to and boy did that hurt, my nail went funny and got very brittle and I have lost the nail completely. There is a new nail there but it’s going to take time. Thank you so much for invaluable information you put out. Oh! I put Shea Butter on my feet every day but not between my toes heard that was good

  • Barbara Silano says:

    How do you not get infected? I think you should wear some kind of whole body armor!

  • Jas. Strong-Oak says:

    LOL, that song 😀

  • elekid330 says:

    You awesome how can you not get support and or not be liked 👍💪 keep it up O.G.Big Toe AKA Toe Liberator

  • Vernon Marsh says:

    Sub Count is NOW 516K!!!

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  • chlojoe100 says:

    I don't know what it is but watching this is so relaxing. Bizarre right? Keep up the great work!!!

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