Insight for Diabetics
Diabetes makes your blood sugar level higher than normal. High blood sugar levels can damage nerves in your body. When diabetes damages the nerves to the hands, fingers, feet, and toes, it is referred to as diabetic neuropathy. Diabetic Neuropathy makes your nerves less effective, so they cannot carry messages to the brain and other parts of your body.
Tips for Athletes
It is very important to take care of your feet as they are under high amounts of stress and tension when performing athletic or exercise activities. Common findings that occur to the feet and toes when performing such activities include sweating, odor, cracking skin, and blisters. These conditions often become recurring in nature, and they can be annoying without treatment.
Insoles for Burning Feet
There are many diabetic and non-diabetics who suffer from the symptoms of Neuropathy, especially Burning Pain. There are many etiological factors that can cause Neuropathy in the diabetic and non-diabetic population, as well as factors of unknown origin. It can be frustrating and challenging for those who suffer from Neuropathy with performing even the simplest activities of daily living.
Nova Family PodiatryBernard A. Novabilski, P.C. 3125 Ridge Pike, Suite BEagleville, Pa 19403
Tel: (610) 631-3338Fax: (610) 631-0313
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