Diabetic Foot Conditions Treatment Experts in Edmonds
Keeping you active and on your feet is the top priority of the expert podiatry staff of Active Foot & Ankle Clinic in Edmonds. Highly-trained and experienced, Dr. Mark Kuzel is passionate about returning your feet and ankles to pain-free function. From slight foot discomfort to disabling pain, diabetic foot conditions are not something to be ignored. Active Foot & Ankle Clinic can accurately identify the source of your pain and provide effective treatment to arrive at the best possible outcome for you.
Treating Diabetic Foot Conditions
The medical staff at Active Foot & Ankle Clinic use the latest methods and technology to treat diabetic foot conditions. With the training and equipment to perform most services on site, our advanced imaging methods, including ultra-high resolution ultrasound and standard X-ray, enable us to accurately diagnose and effectively treat your diabetic foot pain.
While foot surgery is sometimes necessary depending on your condition, we offer non-surgical alternatives whenever possible. Along with a wide variety of diabetic foot treatment options, we treat genetic, injury and infectious/viral podiatric conditions, and fit patients with custom orthotics.
Treatment for Diabetic Foot Problems
Poor circulation, neuropathy (decreased feeling) and changes in foot shape can cause ordinary problems to quickly turn into major issues. We effectively treat foot and ankle problems for patients with type 2 diabetes, including extremely dry skin, calluses and nerve problems. Patients with diabetes are more likely to develop ulcers and infections in the feet that can lead to amputation, so if you have diabetes, see a foot specialist regularly!
Expert Care for Neuropathy and Ulcers
People living with diabetes often have elevated blood sugar levels, which over time can cause permanent damage to nerves in feet and hands. Called neuropathy, people with this condition describe symptoms feeling like a burning or tingling sensation in their feet and/or hands. Ulcers, which are deep sores on the bottom of the feet that worsen over time, are another diabetic foot complaint. Contact Active Foot & Ankle Clinic for expert care of these and every foot and ankle ailment.
Expert Treatment of Diabetic Foot Conditions in Edmonds
Serving the communities of Shoreline, Edmonds, Mukilteo, Mill Creek, Lynnwood, Bothell, Woodinville, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park & Mountlake Terrace