Revolutionary Treatment For Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Our advanced center specializes in using today’s latest technology.
Diamedics revolutionary wound care is a fantastic option for quick healing from long-term and non-healing foot wounds. Our method uses advanced technology to help graft the skin and see results in as little as one session. There is an 85% success rate within a 12-week period of treatment. Medicare can even cover 10 applications across a 12-week period. This type of treatment is shown to stimulate healing and reduce scar tissue and inflammation.
DiaMedics holds the promise of improving quality of life for patients with diabetic wounds or diabetic foot ulcers. Our advanced center specializes in using today’s latest technology to treat diabetic wounds and foot ulcers.
Advanced Treatment For Chronic Diabetic Foot Ulcers and Wounds
Why Advanced Diabetic Wound Care Treatment?
DiaMedics advanced wound care is a fantastic option for quick healing from long-term and non-healing foot wounds. Our advanced method allows patients to see results in as little as one session. Medicare can even cover 10 applications across a 12-week period. Our type of treatment is shown to stimulate healing and reduce scar tissue and inflammation.
Why Is Diabetes So Dangerous for Feet?
How Can I Prevent Diabetic Foot Complications?
- Manage your condition well. Almost all serious diabetic foot problems have the same basic cause—elevated blood sugar levels and the damage they do to the body over time. So, managing your underlying condition is of paramount importance. A healthy diet, regular exercise, and keeping your sugar levels in an appropriate range are all critical.
- Develop healthy hygiene habits. Even relatively simple skin irritations (such as dry skin, cracked heels, or athlete’s foot) can be dangerous for someone with diabetes. Give your feet a good wash each day using mild soap and warm water. Make sure you dry them thoroughly (including between toes), then apply moisturizer and a clean pair of socks.
- Inspect your feet at home every day. Give yourself a daily, 5-minute self-exam and fully inspect your feet and toenails for injuries, rashes, swelling, temperature fluctuations, etc. This will help you identify any problems you may have missed (due to loss of nerve sensitivity or otherwise).
- Get an annual diabetic checkup at any DiaMedic Center. Not all diabetic complications are visible from the outside. Often, the signs of neuropathy won’t become apparent until the nerves are already severely damaged. During your appointment, we can test the health of your nerves and circulation. We will also provide maintenance care for any issues you may be experiencing (calluses, ulcers and/or developing problems).
- Wear diabetic shoes. Diabetic shoes may be recommended for patients at high risk. They come in the same sorts of styles and fashions as any other pair of shoes, but are designed with certain features to protect your feet—extra depth to accommodate orthotics, no interior seams, etc. Getting a good pair is easy. We’ll show you samples, take your measurements, and even confirm approval from your insurance provider.