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Role of Custom Orthotics & Footwear in Diabetic Foot Conditions

People who have diabetes can have various complications due to diabetes, and one of them is Diabetic Foot Disease (DFD).

Evaluation and Management of Limb Length Discrepancy

Limb length difference or discrepancy (LLD), occurs when one leg is noticeably shorter than the opposite. The prevalence rates of LLD



Cellulitis is a bacterial infection of the skin, most likely to affect the lower legs. Bacteria that normally live on


Leg Pain and its Causes – Series

Your legs get you to keep you mobile, they are the strongest and most powerful parts of the body. In

Foot Health

Your feet work tirelessly day in and day out. Often times they are one of the most under-appreciated parts of


Achilles Tendinitis

Tendons are thick cords of tissue that connect muscles to bone. The Achilles Tendon, located at the back of the ankle


Understanding Flat Foot

What’s a flat foot? Our feet and our entire body keep changing. If we eat too much, we get fat;


Practicing Good Foot Care for Diabetics

Peripheral and autonomic neuropathy are common diabetes complications. Diminished blood flow from the blockage of the arteries feeding the foot


Understanding Glycemic Load

Different carbohydrate-containing foods affect blood glucose differently — an effect quantified by measures known as the glycemic index and glycemic


Ankle Sprains – Management & Prevention

Ankle sprains are extremely common, accounting for 40 percent of all sports injuries and 10 percent of all muscular/skeletal injuries,


happy feet; healthy you

To stay moving, you need to keep moving.  You might not provide much thought to the health of your feet and ankles; however, it’s crucial

People suffering from diabetes are prone to various foot conditions. The two main conditions that are responsible for foot problems


Peripheral Vascular Disease in Diabetic Patients

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

What is it? Peripheral Neuropathy is a nerve condition that affects the arms, hands, legs, and feet. The most common

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