Diabetes is a serious condition, however, if you manage it properly you can live a perfectly normal life.
Diabetes can affect your feet, in some cases it can affect the blood supply, in other cases it might affect the feeling in the foot, particularly reduced sensation in parts of the foot, which is why we need to take particular care of them.
Here is some useful advice to help you care for your diabetic feet. However, if you are at all concerned about your feet, always take advice from your Doctor, Diabetic Nurse or Podiatrist.
your feet are in safe hands.
In our lifetime our feet will walk an average of 70,000 miles. This is the equivalent to walking 4 times around the world!
In this time, we will experience the ‘breaking in’ of new shoes, blisters, corns, infections as well as generalised foot and ankle pain.
Contented Soles are trained to evaluate, diagnose and manage all conditions relating to the lower limb.
Podiatry, Orthotics and Complementary Therapies
We offer a range of treatments. Find out more on our treatments section. Also, please see our advice section for all sorts of tips and information.