Defensive Shoe Buying for Those with Diabetes

Image of a diabetic New Balance shoe
The goal for buying shoes when you have diabetes is simple: Buy shoes that don’t harm your feet. That means a pair of shoes that rub, slide, pinch, squish or cramp your feet. These tips can help point you in the right direction. Shoe Shopping Checklist ✓ Buy the right size. This means
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Time To Test Your Nerves!

By Dr. Dorian Jimenez, DPM If you are like many of my patients, both diabetic and non-diabetic alike, feelings of burning and tingling in your feet present an unwelcome problem.   Maybe it’s just the toes or the front of the feet but maybe your entire feet and legs are affected.  Pati
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