One of the common conditions associated with diabetes is diabetic peripheral neuropathy. This is permanent nerve damage that can affect the arms, hands, legs, and feet. In this blog we answer some questions you may have about this condition.
June is National Wound Healing Awareness Month. In this blog we discuss the best practices for avoiding and treating diabetic foot wounds and ulcers.
When an ulcer becomes infected and goes untreated, it could result in a damaging condition that could require severe operations to prevent from spreading.
Ulcers on the feet can become a problem for many, especially for those with compromised immune systems.
Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition whereby nerves in the hands and feet are damaged and the signals they transmit to the brain are askew.
Peripheral Arterial Disease is another way of describing poor circulation whereby blood containing ample amounts of oxygen cannot reach the feet.