Healthy feet with diabetes

Diabetic Foot Care

At Mountain Spring Podiatry, we understand the importance of regular foot care for those living with diabetes. That’ s why we’re committed to providing top-notch diabetic foot care services designed to keep you healthy and safe.
Diabetic Foot Care

Protecting your feet while
dealing with diabetes.

Diabetes can cause complications that affect the health of your feet. Conditions like nerve damage and poor circulation can cause loss of feeling in your feet which can lead to the inability to detect injuries to your feet. Additionally, these conditions can make it very difficult for injuries to heal. Our Podiatrists are trained to treat and manage these diabetic conditions as well as the complications that arise from them, like diabetic ulcers and amputations.
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Diabetic Complications Treated

The long-term effect of Diabetes on the arteries may result in plaque build up in the arteries in the legs preventing the proper amount of blood flow to your feet. This is known as Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). The lack of blood flow means a lack of valuable nutrition the tissues in your lower legs and feet need to function properly. Symptoms of Peripheral Artery Disease in a diabetic foot may vary for each individual. Taking a simple Peripheral Artery Disease test will allow you to see if you are at risk for Diabetic Foot problems. Your podiatrists can perform these convenient screenings and help guide you in your diabetic foot care. Take a quick PAD screening here to see if you need further screening.