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What to Look for When Being Fitted for Diabetic Shoes and Inserts

Posted by Marx Medical Equipment on 8/30/17 12:09 PM

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It's a lesson you've learned if you've ever spent a day in a pair of work boots that were too loose or heels that were too snug: proper shoe fit is important.

Shoes that don't fit properly can cause blisters, bunions, calluses and other foot issues. And this becomes even more of a concern when you're living with diabetes, even in the early stages of the illness.

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Diabetic Foot Care Tips

Posted by Marx Medical Equipment on 5/31/17 8:00 AM

diabetic foot care tips

When you live with diabetes, you spend more time thinking about foot care than most people.

According to the American Diabetes Association, 20 percent of all diabetic people will seek hospital care due to foot trouble. Improper foot care can eventually lead to you losing a toe, foot or leg.

But if you take diligent care of your feet, you can avoid this awful scenario. That’s why we’ve put together this list of diabetic foot care tips:

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