Podiatrist’s Foot & Ankle Care Blog

 

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If you are diabetic it’s important to learn how to properly take care of your feet. This may prevent possible infections that many diabetic patients may suffer from, and can ultimately lead to serious foot conditions. The importance of noticing cuts, bruises, or changes in the skin on the feet is crucial in maintaining good… Read more »

Millions of people are affected by diabetes each year. Diabetes damages blood vessels in all parts of the body, especially the feet. The legs and feet may develop slow blood flow, which causes neuropathy, or nerve damage. Once a diabetic patient develops neuropathy, it is important that the feet are well taken care of. Otherwise,… Read more »

Varicose veins are a common problem for women across the world. The biggest risk factor for developing this condition is heredity. Surprisingly, over 80% of people who have varicose veins have them because of genetics. If you are looking for ways to reduce your risk of getting varicose veins, you should start by making lifestyle… Read more »

In foot care, vascular testing may be required in the diagnosing and treatment of certain podiatric conditions. Vascular testing is particularly relevant for patients with high-risk diabetes, poor circulation, peripheral artery disease (PAD), and chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). Procedures typically involve the examination of blood vessels throughout the body for blockages or buildup. Vascular testing… Read more »