Podiatric / Diabetic Foot Clinic


Diabetic foot is a condition that affects people with diabetes, causing damage to the nerves and blood vessels in the feet. This can lead to a range of problems, including foot ulcers, infections, and in severe cases, amputation.

What is Diabetic Foot?

What is a Diabetic Foot Clinic? 


At a diabetic foot clinic, patients can receive a thorough foot exam to check for signs of damage, as well as education on proper foot care and footwear. The clinic may also provide wound care services to treat foot ulcers, infections, and other foot injuries.

How to care for your foot? 


* Inspect your feet daily * Wash your feet daily * Moisturize your feet * Wear proper footwear * Cut toenails carefully * Keep blood sugar levels under control * Quit smoking


1. Numbness or tingling sensation in your feet or toes. 2. Changes in skin color or texture on your feet. 3. Foot sores or ulcers that do not heal. 4. Foul odor or discharge from a foot wound. 5. Difficulty walking or standing cause of foot pain.

When to see a specialist? 


Foot Ulcer A foot ulcer is a common complication of diabetes and is caused by damage to the skin and underlying tissues. People with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing foot ulcers due to nerve damage and poor circulation.

Our Services 


* Debridement * Skin grafting * Revascularization * Amputation

Types of foot ulcer surgery 


Gangrene is a serious medical condition that occurs when tissue in the body dies due to a lack of blood flow. It is a common complication of diabetes and can occur in the hands, feet, or other areas of the body.

Gangrene Surgery 


* Debridement * Amputation * Revascularization

Types of gangrene surgery 


Charcot Joint, also known as Charcot foot or Charcot neuroarthropathy, is a condition that affects people with diabetes and can cause severe damage to the bones and joints in the foot.

Charcot Joint Surgery


* Reconstruction * Fusion * Amputation

Types of Charcot Joint Surgery 

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