Diabetic Foot Care

Diabetic Foot Exam

If you are diabetic, it is essential that you establish a relationship with a podiatrist.  Visiting your podiatrist regularly will help ensure your feet stay healthy.  This way, you can stay on top of any early changes in skin texture, boney deformities, and neuropathy.  

Diabetics have a much greater risk of amputation of a toe and leg as compared to other patient populations.  But those who visit their podiatrist on a regular basis, significantly reduce their risk of needing an amputation.  

Diabetic Shoes

Why do I need diabetic shoes?

If you are diabetic, you may experience complications of the disease such as neuropathy, decreased blood flow to the feet, and even diabetic ulcers. Well-made, properly fitting footwear and adequate blood sugar control, can help you avoid  complications associated with diabetes, including unnecessary amputations.

Tomsho Family Foot Care offers a complete footwear line for men and women with diabetes.

The extra width and depth of diabetic shoes alleviate pressure on swollen feet, bunions, hammer toes for a more comfortable fit.

The supportive, lightweight shoe design protects your feet — and helps you stay active.

Heat-molded and custom inserts personalize the fit of your diabetic shoes.

Diabetic shoes are covered by most insurance plans.  Call our office to see if we can help get you into a new pair of diabetic shoes.