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Managing Diabetes

The Foot Book

Most people with diabetes know they should take special care of their feet. This book explains why they should, what the common foot problems are, types of treatment and how to prevent minor foot problems before they become major ones.

The Foot Book discusses poor circulation, how to prevent and treat nerve damage, Charcot Foot, and skin problems. It also contains checklists for checking your feet daily and for routine foot care.

Reprinted 2006.

Item #: JDC 180

Price: $3.50

Page last updated: April 24, 2014