“If you experience any of these symptoms, make sure to schedule an appointment with Care Resource’s Podiatrist. “…FEET
“They absorb shock, allow you to ambulate and perform physical activities. They are very complex parts of your body and require expert care. “
According to Sandra Lee Franco, DPM, MS, Podiatric Surgeon with Care Resource, “Many people with diabetes experience complications with their. Feet. You can have nerve damage in any part of your body, but nerves in your feet and legs are most. Often affected. Nerve damage can cause you to lose feeling in your feet. Nerve damage, along with poor blood flow puts you at risk for developing a foot ulcer that could get infected. If an infection doesn’t get better with treatment, your toe, foot, or part of your leg may need to be. Amputated.”
“Foot problems can be avoided if you take care of your feet and act quickly when you have a problem.“
Sandra Lee Franco, DPM, MS
Our podiatrist works directly with your primary care physician to diagnose and treat conditions that affect this area of your. Body. Get your feet examined to detect problems early and help prevent complications.
To make a medical appointment, call 305.576.1234 – Extension #470 (English) or #471 (Spanish).