Hello everyone! I am curious what kinds of treatments everyone uses to help heal chronic foot ulcers? Whether it be different therapies or tips for healing at home?
Yes. Most health insurance covers footwear for diabetics who have a qualifying foot condition such as: neuropathy, calluses, bunions, hammer toes, or a history of foot ulcerations. Ask you primary care physician if they feel it's appropriate for you on your next visit and be sure he checks your...
Wondering where you fit in statistically for diabetic foot problems? According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), about 50% of people who have diabetes for 10 years will have some degree of nerve damage. The older you are and the longer you’ve had diabetes, the more likely you are to...
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