How Do I Know I Have Peripheral Neuropathy? Podiatrist in Gaithersburg, District Heights and Rockville, MD - Jason Weber, DPM

Podiatrist Dr. Jason M. Weber of Lakeforest Foot and Ankle discusses Peripheral Neuropathy.

Ulcerations, infections and gangrene are the most common foot and ankle problems that the patient with diabetes must face. As a result, thousands of diabetic patients require amputations each year. Foot infections are the most common reason for hospitalization of diabetic patients. Ulcerations of the feet may take months or even years to heal. It takes 20 times more energy to heal a wound than to maintain a health foot.

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