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Patients who suffer from diabetes will find that regular visits to the podiatrist are very beneficial. Ankle and Foot Centers of Mid-America knows the importance of a diabetic's health, and wants patients to know the benefits of seeing a podiatrist.
Diabetes can be dangerous to a person's feet-even a small cut can lead to severe complications. Diabetes can lead to a series of foot complications that are preventable if proper measures are taken, which is why Dr. Gary Saphire and Dr. Asher
09 editor The Global Diabetic Foot Conference (DFcon 2014) concluded earlier this week in Los Angeles US. Citizen News Service (CNS) had an opportunity to interact with one of the key faculties and experts on Indian approach to saving the limb for
In 2012/2013, there were almost 12,000 lower limb amputations in England, a figure the report said remains 'stubbornly high'. The new study from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Vascular Disease is based on Freedom of Information requests to NHS
04 editor Nearly 25% of people with diabetes face diabetic foot related complications in their lifetime. People with diabetes can develop many different foot problems. Even ordinary problems can get worse and lead to serious complications.
Foot ulcers are a common complication from diabetes than can lead to hospitalization and lower limb amputation. In 2006, about 65,700 non-traumatic lower-limb amputations were performed in people with diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease
Medical experts have warned expats that the longer they stay in the Kingdom, the greater the risks of developing diabetes, a chronic syndrome that may cause kidney failure and heart ailments. The prevalence of diabetes varies among people of
For patients who have diabetes, proper foot care is very important. Poor foot care with diabetes can lead to serious health problems, including the possibility of having to remove the foot or leg through amputation. It is important to understand the
Diabetes can be dangerous to a person's feet-even a small cut can lead to severe complications. Nerve damage is a common complication of uncontrolled diabetes, and this may become so severe as to impair all feeling in a patient's feet, which means
With age you gain wisdom, knowledge and an appreciation for the simple things in life. But you probably don't appreciate any health problems, specifically diabetes. You're not as nimble as you used to be, and your diabetes diagnosis can make things a