Diabetic neuropathy is a loss in sensation of the feet. When a patient has decreased sensation the foot becomes very high risk and requires extra care. It is important to be checking the feet regularly. This can be difficult for some and we recommend using a mirror on the ground to check the feet daily for irritations and lesions.
– Healthy Feet StaffYour foot health is important to us. Please book regular foot care with our qualified specialists.
- 1Numbness or reduced ability to feel pain or changes in temperature
- 2A tingling or burning sensation
- 3Muscle weakness and difficulty walking
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Thomas Hewak, D.Ch. (Registered Chiropodist)
Tom graduated from the Chiropody Program at the Michener Institute in the class of 1996 and he has been servicing the Dundas and surrounding area every since. In addiction to the Dundas location, Tom also sees patients in the Hamilton Foot Clinic and the Burlington Clinic. He serves as an Orthopaedic consultant associated with The Foot and Ankle Institute in locations such as Brampton, Mississauga and Cambridge. Tom would be pleased to see you for routine foot care or to explain your options for alleviating your foot pain.