• NVA (Neurovascular Assessment) and screenings detect and measure the strength of the pulses and sensations in the foot and ankle to determine the risk to the patient of developing diabetic foot complications such as gangrene and ulceration
  • Diabetic foot care education:
    • daily care (wash, thoroughly dry and check for small cuts, scratches and wounds); Avoid walking bare-foot;
    • wear appropriate footwear
  • Treating diabetic ulcers – debrided and dressed in early stages but deeper ulcers are often referred to the hospital diabetic podiatry department