Staying on your feet... with diabetes Comprehensive advice for diabetic patients and foot care providers on how to prevent Diabetic Foot Syndrome
34.2 million People, or 10.5% of the U.S. population, have diabetes. An estimated 26.8 million people - or 10.2% of the population - have been diagnosed with diabetes. Approximately 7.3 million people have diabetes but have not yet been diagnosed (2018). Common accompanying signs of diabetes include dry skin and excess callus on the feet. They are partly responsible for serious foot complications such as diabetic foot syndrome, which may result in amputations. But this can be avoided with the right care.
With this webinar, we would like to provide you with support and professional education, so that you can inform and motivate your clients with diabetes to work toward sustainable prevention of foot lesions and the Diabetic Foot Syndrome.