Diabetic foot ulcers: Why they’re dangerous

What’s the number one reason people with diabetes are hospitalized? Diabetic foot ulcers—chronic open wounds on the bottom of the feet. They’re a common occurrence for people with Type II diabetes. And they’re difficult to treat and can become on ongoing, expensive, debilitating problem. J. Marshall Devall, DPM, Podiatrist at the Temple Santa Fe Center, discusses … Continue reading Diabetic foot ulcers: Why they’re dangerous