Foot Care

Oct 27, 2010

Don’t Take Your Feet For Granted

By Mark Warren, DPM|2017-10-24T11:59:11-04:00Updated: October 27th, 2010|Foot Care, Newsletters|0 Comments

How much attention do you give your feet? Many people who have diabetes are unaware of the problems that may occur in their feet without proper preventative care. As a board certified podiatrist for over 25 years, I have seen thousands of diabetic patients with common foot problems that I would like to inform you about, […]

Sep 29, 2010

Top Tips for Diabetic Foot Pain

By Dr. Forrest Resnikoff|2018-01-29T15:00:10-05:00Updated: September 29th, 2010|Foot Care, Newsletters|0 Comments

Years of elevated blood sugar levels can result in a type of damage to nerves called diabetic neuropathy. If you have this condition, the legs and feet can experience pain, tingling, burning or numbness. Whether or not you have diabetic neuropathy, there are several things that people with diabetes should do to protect their feet...

Sep 29, 2010

Introducing Diachieve Diabetic Foot Therapy

By ADW|2024-03-22T18:03:17-04:00Updated: September 29th, 2010|Foot Care, New Products|0 Comments

American Diabetes Wholesale is proud to introduce Diachieve™ Brand Diabetic Foot Therapy & Moisturizing Skin Creams. The Diachieve line of Foot Therapy Creams and Moisturizing Skin Creams were specifically developed to cater to the special skin care needs of people with diabetes.

Apr 15, 2009

Happy Feet, Healthy You

By Roberta Kleinman|2014-05-01T16:47:53-04:00Updated: April 15th, 2009|Foot Care, Newsletters|0 Comments

April is Foot Health awareness month. Most of us overlook our feet when we think about our health. For people with diabetes, foot care is essential to preventing complications and serious conditions. Here are ways to maintain proper foot care and avoid potential complications such as nerve damage or amputation.


May 9, 2007

Put Your Best Foot Forward

By ADW|2023-07-26T17:38:05-04:00Updated: May 9th, 2007|Foot Care|0 Comments

Feet are especially prone to damage from diabetes.

Here are three of the main reasons why:

  • Diabetes causes nerve-damage. This is called diabetic neuropathy. If the nerves in your feet are damaged, then you may not be able to feel pain, heat, or cold. You could develop a sore or a cut on your foot and never know […]
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