Patients with PAD or diabetes can develop diabetic foot problems. This includes neuropathy, skin changes, foot ulcers, poor circulation, calluses and amputation. The most common foot problem is neuropathy, which occurs when there is nerve damage causing pain, tingling and burning sensation in the foot. It can also lessen the ability to feel pain, heat, or cold.
To learn more about the diabetic foot problem services, visit the Podiatry Department website.
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