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What to do About Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Diabetic Foot Ulcers

These Diabetic Foot Ulcers are non-healing pressure sores are caused from poor circulation in the lower limbs. Most commonly associated with diabetes, these sores are a quite painful symptom. It is imperative to see one of our professionals at the Beaver Valley Foot Clinic as soon as possible at the earliest sign of foot and lower limb ulcers. When left untreated, these sores can worsen and in severe cases lead to amputation. This makes knowing what to do about foot ulcers at the earliest signs important for all sufferers.

Increase Lower Leg Circulation

When you have good-flowing circulation, more blood and oxygen are able to better reach extremities such as your lower legs. This is best for diabetic  ulcers, since increased circulation benefits the overall healing process. If your ulcer does not heal, even after treatment and care, additional and more invasive steps may be required.

Upkeep Supreme Basic Hygiene

Keeping a wound, of any kind, clean and free from bacteria is the best way to prevent infection and aid in the healing process. Diabetic foot ulcers hardly ever heal on their own, and require medical treatment and dressings. Even still, diabetic foot ulcers take time to heal. If festering bacteria is at all involved, complete and proper healing will be nearly impossible.

Prevention  of Diabetic Foot Ulcers is Always the Best Solution

Since foot ulcers obviously begin with diabetes. Be sure to properly maintain your blood sugar levels and stay active to improve on and sustain good circulation. Preventative measures are always the best solutions!

Whenever it comes to ulcers, do not hesitate to call our experts at the Beaver Valley Foot Clinic. We provide you with gentle, fast relief from all kinds of foot and lower leg pain. At the slightest sign of a diabetic foot ulcer or lower leg discomfort, call us at (724) 375-1577 before your symptoms worsen into a serious problem.