Diabetic foot ulcers are formed when the skin tissue in the foot area breaks down and exposes the layers beneath it. When diabetes is not managed properly with diet, exercise, and insulin based treatments, it can cause various complications. One such complication is the Foot Ulcer.
Foot ulcers usually develop under the big toes and the balls of the feet and can sometimes go deep enough to expose the bone. They are extremely painful and in severe cases might lead to amputation.
Foot care and diabetes recommended diet can help prevent diabetic foot ulcers.
There can be multiple causes due to which Diabetes Foot Ulcers appear. It is important to analyse the real cause and treat the wound accordingly.