Diabetic / Neurological

 

Charcot Foot

Charcot Foot is when the bones in the foot soften and lose their shape due to complications from nerve damage and diabetes. The joints eventually fracture and collapse, causing Continue Reading →
 

Diabetic Ulcer

Diabetic Foot Ulcers of the foot are a major complication of diabetes mellitus. They are characterized by a large lesion most commonly found on the bottom of the heel. Continue Reading →
 

Drop Foot

Drop Foot, or sometimes called Foot Drop or Dropped Foot, is a term used to describe a neurological condition that makes it difficult to lift the front part of Continue Reading →
 

Neuropathic Ulcer

GO SEE YOUR DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY. A Neuropathic Ulcer results in an open sore on the foot and usually occurs in diabetics. In some cases there is little to no Continue Reading →
 

Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral Neuropathy is a condition where a person's peripheral nerves have been damaged. These nerves carry information from the brain to the arms and legs. Often a person Continue Reading →
 

Polio

Polio is a very contagious and acute viral disease marked by inflammation of nerve cells of the brain stem an spinal cord. This disease can lead to deformation of Continue Reading →
 

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is a painful condition of the foot where the tibial nerve experiences too much pressure inside the tarsal tunnel. The excess pressure is translated by the Continue Reading →