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DIABETIC FOOT CARE

DIABETIC FOOT PACKAGE AT THE CAMBERLEY CLINIC

The Camberley Clinic provides proactive foot care for diabetic patients. Call us today to schedule your check-up.

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UNDERSTANDING FOOT HEALTH RISKS

Living with diabetes presents unique challenges, especially when it comes to foot health. If you have been diagnosed with this condition, it’s important to follow the guidelines set by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). These guidelines help affected individuals manage diabetic foot problems and help to limit risk factors associated with the condition. If you notice any changes in your foot health, NICE recommends you contact your local Podiatrist for a check-up.

NICE recommends that individuals over the age of 12 should have regular foot checks:

  • Initially after a diabetes diagnosis and at least once a year thereafter

  • If you notice any changes or concerns with your feet, such as pain, numbness, or sores

  • If you go into hospital for any reason

At The Camberley Clinic, providing consistent, high-quality care for people with diabetes is our top priority. Each patient deserves to be treated as an individual, which is why we offer preventative advice as well as regular examinations and tests to suit each individual’s needs. Clear and reliable communication with the GP and MDT vascular team is an important part of our care. As an HCPC registered practice, we can provide regular Doppler pulse testing and Ankle/Brachial Index (ABI) testing, with GP reports also available upon request. We'll help you manage your condition and get ongoing support to help mitigate any risks.

GETTING REGULAR FOOT CHECKS AT THE CAMBERLEY CLINIC

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TAKING CARE OF YOUR FEET

There are several reasons that can make it difficult to feel injuries, which is why daily foot inspections are so important. As well as checking your feet every day for cuts, sores, redness, and swelling, we recommend the following:

  • Washing your feet with mild soapy water and drying them thoroughly with a clean towel, paying close attention to the space between your toes

  • Wearing proper footwear and avoid walking around with bare feet

  • Scheduling regular visits with us so we can identify any potential problems early

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IF YOU’RE IN NEED OF PROFESSIONAL DIABETIC FOOT CARE, CALL THE CAMBERLEY CLINIC TO BOOK A CHECK-UP TODAY.

Call us today: 01276 682980

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