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Wound Healing Starts Here

Proper wound care is critical to healing and preventing infection in diabetic foot ulcers. This includes regular monitoring of the wound, controlling any underlying health issues that might be causing or contributing to the wound, using appropriate dressings, providing offloading or cushioning to reduce pressure on the wound, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. A multidisciplinary approach to care is usually recommended for optimal healing outcomes.
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Diabetic Wound Care

A diabetic foot wound or diabetic ulcer is a serious complication of diabetes that can lead to severe disability and even amputation if left untreated. If an ulcer is present, it may also be a sign of vascular disease known as Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Take this quick quiz to check for other symptoms of PAD
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Advanced wound care

At Mountain Spring Podiatry, we understand the complexity of diabetic foot ulcers and want to provide you with the best care. In some cases, specialized wound care may be necessary. We can provide a variety of treatments to help you heal. From direct wound care to hyperbaric oxygen therapy, the team at MSP is dedicated to helping you get back on your feet and living life free of pain or discomfort.