🔺 Dear Patients,
Dr. Khosroabadi and Foot & Ankle Alliance, would like you to know that the health and safety of our patients and staff is our top priority.
In consideration of concerns around coronavirus (COVID-19), we have decided to temporarily suspend services at all our clinics.

For current patients whom are under treatment if you have a Foot & Ankle Emergency or questions or concerns you can call 818-408-2800 our staff
will be answering phones during regular business hours and afterhours you can reach us by email: Info@fixmyfoot.com

If you have a medical emergency please go to your nearest emergency room or call 911.

Thank you,
Dr. Khosroabadi and Staff

Diabetic Complications
& Amputation Prevention

People with diabetes are especially vulnerable to foot problems because they may have nerve damage and poor circulation.

Nerve damage takes away your ability to feel pain and discomfort, so you may not feel an injury. Poor circulation in your feet reduces your ability to heal and resist infection.

What Kind of Foot Problems Can People With Diabetes Get?

  • Cuts or blisters can turn into ulcers that become infected and won’t heal. (This can lead to a loss of foot, leg, or life.)
  • Corns and calluses must be properly treated or they can turn into ulcers.
  • Dry, cracked skin may become sores and can lead to infection.
  • Ingrown toenails and fungal infections can lead to serious problems
  • Nerve damage can cause muscle weakness and loss of tone in the feet, resulting in hammertoes and bunions, which can cause ulcers.
  • Charcot foot happens because of a loss of feeling and an undetected broken bone, which can lead to destruction of the soft tissue of the foot.
  • Blood vessels below the knee can become narrow and restrict blood flow, preventing wounds from healing and causing tissue death.
How Can You Take Care of Your Feet if You Have Diabetes?

  • Check your feet daily for cuts, scrapes, redness, drainage, swelling, bad odor, rash, injuries,or nail changes.
  • If your foot is swollen, red, hot, or has changed in size, shape, or direction, see your foot and ankle surgeon.
  • Pain in the leg that occurs at night could mean you have a blocked artery. Seek medical care immediately.
  • Your toenails should be properly trimmed.
  • Make sure there are no needles, insulin syringes, or other sharp objects on the floor.
  • Don’t go barefoot. Wear shoes, indoors and outdoors. Check shoes and socks. Shake out your shoes before putting them on.
  • Have your circulation and sense of feeling tested. Your foot and ankle surgeon can perform tests to see if you’ve lost any feeling or circulation.
  • Getting regular foot checkups and seeking immediate help when you notice something can keep small problems from worsening. Your foot and ankle surgeon can work together with your primary care doctor to treat complications from diabetes.
Remember, any type of foot or ankle pain is never normal. A foot and ankle doctor can examine your feet and give you the best course of action.

Please call (626) 447-2184 (Arcadia) or (818) 408-2800 (San Fernando) to speak to a foot and ankle specialist about your foot and/or ankle needs.

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