In this videos we explain why charcot foot diagnosis and proper treatment is critical.
Charcot collapse of the foot and ankle presents its most dramatic and debilitating form with diabetics. This softening of the bones in the foot is most prevalent with diabetics experiencing neuropathy (nerve damage) and poor circulation.
In extreme cases, a blister can quickly develop into a serious infection.
University Foot and Ankle Institute is nationally recognized as a center of excellence for the treatment of diabetic foot conditions.
Our doctors have decades of combine experience and understand the special circumstances involved with treating the feet of diabetics.