Diabetic Foot Care and Ulcers - Poor Circulation - Nerve Disease or Neuropathy in Richmond, VA

More than 28 million people in the United States have diabetes and will need diabetic food care. Our podiatrist helps you to manage your diabetes and avoid complications pertaining to your feet. You can help manage this difficult disease with the right team of doctors by your side. Diabetes can increase the risk of poor circulation and nerve disease. One issue is it’s difficult for a patient to see these problems because symptoms develop slowly and insidiously.


Diabetic Foot Doctor Treats Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition often associated with diabetes. Exacerbation of the condition can cause serious long- term problems. Disabetic foot care requires continuous monitoring. Our podiatrist is a Certified Diabetes Educator and will take the time to help you understand your disease and the treatment plan you have been prescribed.

Signs of Peripheral Neuropathy:

  • Burning and Numbness
  • Tingling pins and needles.
  • Feeling like you have a tight sock on when you do not
  • Tightness and stiffness
  • Shooting pains
Neuroma & Diabetic Foot Care in Richmond, VA

Reduce Your Risk of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Diabetic sores or ulcerations on the feet sometimes have difficulty healing.  Dr. Duke has developed a new technique for treatment of wounds that won’t heal and many that have not healed for weeks or months. Using his wound healing technique, many ulcers can improve and may close. 

Schedule a Consultation Today

If you are in pain, reach out to our office to be seen right away. We keep appointments available so patients can be seen as quickly as possible. Whether you are an existing patient or a new one, you can see our podiatrist quickly.

We are serve patients in Richmond, Bon Air, Glen Allen, Short Pump, Chesterfield and surrounding areas.
 

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