Track: Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot


Diabetic foot complications, primarily stemming from neuropathy and poor circulation, can lead to serious issues like ulcers and infections. Loss of sensation from nerve damage makes injury detection difficult, while poor blood flow hampers healing, increasing infection risk. To prevent complications such as skin problems, ulcers, or even gangrene, people with diabetes should maintain good foot hygiene, routinely check their feet, wear proper shoes, and promptly address foot injuries. Effective blood sugar control is also essential to avert these diabetic foot issues.
• Athlete's foot
• Diabetic ulcers
• Calluses
• Corns
• Blisters