Diabetes? Give Your Feet Some Extra Care And Attention

When you have diabetes, your feet need a little more care. Diabetes can damage the nerve endings and blood vessels in your feet and make  it more difficult for your body to fight infection. So it’s important to keep your feet healthy and injury-free, so you don’t develop ulcers on your feet that can lead to serious infections. There are a number of ways you can give your feet some extra love and attention. The most important step is checking your feet every day for injuries. Check out this helpful resource for more foot care tips.

The Foot Institute is dedicated to providing quality care to patients who may suffer from diabetic foot complications. Dr. Angelo Morreale has been treating diabetic foot conditions in the Shreveport area for over 30 years. Call (318) 797-3668 to schedule an appointment today!

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