Diabetes and Wound Healing
Diabetes is a disease where the body does not make enough insulin. The body needs insulin to break down sugar. Too much sugar will stay in your blood stream and can harm your body. Diabetes is a chronic disease that requires medical attention and management.
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If you or a loved one is struggling with a wound that won’t heal, a Healogics Wound Care Center can help. Since there is no need for a referral, your treatment is only a click and call away.
A diabetic ulcer is a wound that occurs on the feet, heels or toes of people with diabetes. Many times, there is little to no feeling in the feet or the ulcer itself. A pulse is present and the skin is normal or warm to the touch. The skin on the legs and feet may be dry and flaky.Learn More
Diabetic neuropathy is the result of nerve damage from diabetes. Over half of people with diabetes have neuropathy and diabetes is the number one cause for neuropathy.Learn More
Living with Diabetes: What to know about chronic wounds and recurrence
Like 25% of people over 65, Dan is living with diabetes. About a year ago, Dan experienced a diabetic foot ulcer. Knowing he is at risk for foot ulcers, Dan checked his feet. Dan discovered he had another foot ulcer, so he sought specialized care right away.Learn More