Diabetes, needless to say, causes all kinds of complications for the rest of your bed. Among those many complications is the damaging effect it has on the cardiovascular system. This can lead to intense pain in the leg, cardiovascular disease, and (on occasion) amputation. Don’t let it get to that point—swing by The DOCS soon for cardiovascular treatment 89113.
Diabetic neuropathy is also among the most common side effects of diabetes. Yes, it’s quite a mouthful to pronounce, we understand. But where your energies should really be going is in understanding how it affects feet. It is a type of nerve damage that can cause pain, tingling, or even weakness in the foot. Not only that, it can also make the foot numb to…anything. Which is a dangerous prospect when you consider if the foot experiences an injury, you won’t even realize it since pain receptors aren’t working in that area. Another common symptom of neuropathy is changes to the shape of the foot and toes. Regarding cardiovascular damage, our offices provide a variety of invasive and non-invasive treatments—whichever is deemed necessary. Diabetes also contributes to the development of calluses, largely because there are high-pressures areas just under the foot. With that said, if you’re not sure that what you’re suffering from is neuropathy or a diabetes-related cardiovascular issue, it’s important to see a professional who can make that assessment. Whatever you do, don’t self-diagnose. And definitely don’t choose to ignore the issue, either. Take control of the situation by taking the first step: contact The Docs for cardiovascular treatment 89113 soon.
You’ll wonder why you didn’t do it sooner. If getting started is befuddling you, don’t worry—it’s an easy step to take. All that’s required is a simple phone call or e-mail THE DOCS. Our friendly staff will then promptly schedule an appointment. So you can be well on the way to cardiovascular treatment 89113.