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Preventing infection by making an appointment

Foot care for people with diabetes is one of the most overlooked aspects of diabetes management.All people with diabetes should have their feet checked at least once a year by a doctor or podiatrist.High blood sugar levels over time can cause nerve damage and circulation problems. Poor circulation makes healing an infection difficult to heal.

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Five Steps to Healthy Feet

Are you a diabetic? Do you have neuropathy? If so you are at risk for developing foot ulcers. Although a foot wound may seemingly be small, it may lead to a serious condition. Here are some tips to help you maintain good foot health INSPECTION: Daily inspect your feet for blisters, cuts, scratches, scrapes, calluses

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Staying Healthy and Active

As the weather breaks,more people are walking/jogging. While staying healthy and active is important, it is also important to take of your feet.Your feet are one of the most overlooked body parts when it comes to exercise. As you exercise, pay attention to what your feet are telling you. Always wear proper footwear for your

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Stay in Touch With your healthcare team

We are currently seeing patients in our office Mondays 8-12 on an emergency basis only. For problems that cannot be put off such as fractures, ingrown toenails, and infections please contact us at 301.530.5658 to schedule an appointment. For those patients who do not need an in person visit, we can schedule a telemedicine appointment

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