Diabetic Foot Care
Diabetics can develop a number of foot problems, including neuropathy (nerve damage), calluses, bunions, and hammertoes. Neuropathy can cause loss of sensation in the feet, which can lead to ulcers and infection. Calluses, bunions, and hammertoes can make it difficult to wear shoes and can lead to ulcers on the feet.
Diabetics are more prone to various foot problems than those without diabetes. If you have diabetes, it is important to see a podiatrist at least once a year. We can help you take care of your feet and prevent problems from getting worse.
Our podiatrists can provide you with the best possible care for your feet. We offer a variety of services, including: custom orthotics, shoes, and other devices that can help reduce the risk of foot ulcers and other complications. We also offer physical therapy and other treatments to help improve the circulation in your feet.