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The Not So Sweet Truth about Peripheral Neuropathy | Affiliated Foot and Ankle Center

We need good feeling in our feet. Imagine what would happen if you cut your foot and didn’t know it for days or weeks!  Unfortunately, this happens to diabetics all the time and this is how a diabetic wound begins to develop.  A diabetic wound is an open sore usually under the ball of the foot. They can be difficult to treat especially if they are infected. If an infection gets really bad, amputation of a toe or part of the foot may be a possibility. In fact, diabetics are 30-40 times more like to undergo a major amputation.

Read more via The Not So Sweet Truth about Peripheral Neuropathy | Affiliated Foot and Ankle Center.

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