Diabetes is often associated with diabetes foot conditions. If you have diabetes, at the office of Princeton Regional Foot and Ankle Associates, we can help you maintain good foot health and protect against infection.
If you have diabetes, you may be prone to diabetic-related foot conditions that can be serious if left untreated. As part of your healthcare regimen, it’s important to see a podiatrist regularly to screen for diabetic foot ulcers and help you maintain healthy feet.
For patients with diabetes, it can be harder to feel a foot injury or wound due to poor circulation to the feet. When foot injuries go undetected, they can become infected and lead to more serious issues. That’s why it’s important to be conscientious about your foot health.
There are a number of preventive foot care actions you can take to reduce the risk of serious infection that may affect people with diabetes. These include:
At the office of Princeton Regional Foot and Ankle Associates, we’re dedicated to providing the highest quality of skilled and compassionate care. For more information on our office and the many services that we provide, give us a call today.
By Princeton Regional Foot and Ankle Associates
September 10, 2019