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How Type 2 Diabetes Can Affect Foot Health

28 November 2018
, Blog

Those with type 2 diabetes are at risk of developing serious foot conditions as a result of poorly controlled blood sugar levels. Raised blood sugar can cause nerve damage, which is known as neuropathy, or a condition called peripheral vascular disease, which impairs blood circulation. These two issues can put diabetics at an increased risk of foot amputation due to the development of a bacterial infection, if left untreated. Here's an overview of the main foot health problems that affect those with type 2 diabetes.
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Emblematic Causes of Chronic Heel Pain

8 May 2018
 Categories: , Blog

One of the characteristics of ageing is developing a host of aches and pains due to the progressive wear and tear of your body. While some of these discomforts may have a clear, some may seem to manifest on their own accord. One of the aches that most people suffer from and are unaware of why they have developed this problem is heel pain. The main reason why the average person typically overlooks heel pain is that their foot does absorb a high degree of stress from the forces it is exposed to from the moment they get up in the morning.
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Amazing Facts, Blogs and Ideas About Podiatry

Whether you are a concerned parent, a podiatry patient or someone just worried about your own feet, my blog is designed for you. Hi, my name is Alecia, and due to gestational diabetes, I had to see a podiatrist a few years ago. Now, my son has flat feet, and we are again eliciting help from one of these professionals. I wanted to help others who may be in similar situations so I decided to start this blog. I am going to cover a range of info related to podiatry, and I hope that these posts, ideas and facts inspire and inform you. Thanks for reading, and I wish you the best of health with your feet and the rest of your body.