People living with diabetes should make foot care an important part of their daily healthcare routine. Taking care of your feet can help prevent open sores or wounds on your feet. These sores are called diabetic foot ulcers.
Check your feet every day for anything that doesn’t look normal – ask a family member or friends for help if needed. Have your feet checked by a physician at least once a year.
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Talk with your primary care doctor or podiatrist about problems as soon as you see them. Make sure you remove your shoes and socks when you visit your doctor.
If you don’t have a primary care physician or podiatrist or need a new one, search the Humana providers network.