A number of medical conditions can impact on your feet, affecting mobility and putting the foot and lower limb at risk. Conditions that specifically affect the feet include diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and other arthropathies and poor peripheral circulation.

Other conditions or medications can also affect your feet, so it is important that your podiatrist takes a full medical history as part of the assessment of your foot problem.


Diabetes care

People diagnosed with diabetes can develop foot complications including loss of sensation in the feet

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Ulcers/Wound care

A wound or ulcer arising on the foot can take longer to heal than normal. Healing needs to occur from the base of the wound and any dead skin needs to be removed to help this to happen

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Peripheral Arterial Disease

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is caused by the narrowing of blocking of the arteries, particularly in the legs

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Arthritis causes inflammation, pain and deformity in the feet and can make mobility very difficult

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