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Diabetic foot care and the summer months

Diabetic foot care and the summer months

 

 

Summer is a time for many outdoor activities, events and celebrations.  We want everyone to be able to take part in all of the joy that summer brings, including those with diabetes who require extra foot care.  While being active this summer, it is important for those with diabetes to take extra precautions to prevent accidents and complications as it pertains to your feet.  Here are some care and safety recommendations for those with diabetes who need to take extra precautions while being active this summer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We hope that you and your family have a fun and safe summer!  Don’t forget to take these extra precautions when attending summer activities and events, or for simply taking a walk on a warm summer evening.  Contact us today for more information or guidance on diabetic foot care!

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