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Diabetes Foot Screening and Foot Care
In this video you will learn about foot risk assessments which you should receive annually, and how you can look after your feet every day.
This video provides additional information about caring for your feet as a person with diabetes.
Putting Feet First
Diabetes UK is putting feet first.
Love your feet
This video discusses simple things you can do to keep your feet healthy.
Diabetes and Feet
For information about diabetes and the effect it can have on your feet.
This leaflet gives you advice about wearing the most appropriate shoes, taking into account the shape of your feet and your diabetes.
Useful Diabetes information and advice leaflet from the Foot Action Group for patients with Charcot foot.
Footcare and Diabetes
This leaflet explains the importance of foot care for people with diabetes. It provides a comprehensive list of do's and dont's. It also provides practical advice to consider when buying new shoes.
Footcare Advice: Low, Medium and High Risk
Some useful advice to help you to after your feet.
This leaflet contains advice to help you to care for your feet yourself while enjoying your holiday.
Looking After your Diabetic Foot Ulcer
This leaflet gives advice on how to look after a diabetic foot ulcer.
This leaflet explains the risks of neuropathy.
Ten Steps Towards to Healthy Feet
Diabetes UK have produced this leaflet to let you know the best ways to take care of your feet. Take the first step towards healthy feet for life by Putting Your Feet First.
What to Expect at your Annual Foot Check
This leaflet lets you know what to expect at your annual diabetes foot check.
Touch the Toes Test
This leaflet explains the touch the toes test. The touch the toes test is quick and easy, designed to assess sensitivity in your feet, and can be done in the comfort of your own home.