LLMH Diabetes & Diabetes Foot care amongst diabetics is incredibly important as foot related complications are more common for those of us with diabetes. Foot ulcers for example, which affect as many as 1 out of 10 people with diabetes, can all to easily develop from blisters and small wounds that pose a threat of amputation.
Even small ulcers on the foot can represent a serious risk: they may heal extremely slowly and need rigorous treatment to cure. Ulcers can develop into serious lower body infections, with the possibility of amputation at an advanced stage.
Diabetes; over the years has emerged as a major health problem in India. Diabetes, with its acute complications, has become a major health hazard in India. World Health Organisation (WHO) projections show that at present 67 million Indians have diabetes, but half of them are not aware of it. This number is expected to swell to 100 million by the year 2030. Considering the enormous burden of diabetes in India coupled with unawareness of this deadly disease; it is important to realize the cost effective measures of diabetes care such as:
• Early screening of diabetes and its complications
• Monitoring of risk factors
• Timely assessment of end organ damage
Caring for your feet : LLMH diabetes care program aims to cater to these unmet needs in Diabetes car
- Caring for your feet as a diabetic should not be difficult, and should be a prime consideration.
- This section details complications that may affect the diabetic foot, and some methods and information about care.
- We are LLMH offer end to end services for Diabetes care. Starting from primary blood testing to admissions if needed, we stand strong with you.
Doctors on Panel:
- Dr. Aniruddh Ambekar
- Dr. Ashok Surana
- Dr. Ketan Mehta
- Dr. Savita Shetty