A Guide to Healthier Feet for People with Diabetes

Diabetes affects millions of people every year and can often cause circulatory issues, leading to a myriad of other foot health complications. Because of this, taking care of your feet is essential if you have diabetes, and having a podiatrist help monitor your foot health is highly recommended. At your routine podiatry visit, make sure to discuss with your doctor a plan of action to help protect your feet and remember to follow these daily steps:

Interested in a pair of diabetic shoes? Schedule an appointment with one of our podiatrists today to see if you qualify for shoes and inserts, which are often covered by Medicare. We offer a wide range of colors and styles for you to pick from in our office.

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