The Diabetic Footcare Blackbook. "The Diabetic Footcare Bible". Written by Dominic Hough.
It is well known that Diabetes can affect your feet very easily and in a whole range of uncomfortable ways.
Dominic creates a book that answers one specific question.
How can someone put green and blue onto a picture? :)
If no one has ever checked your feet or explained why your diabetic feet are so important then you have to read this book- and then use the advice to start asking questions.
Questions which could actually save you from loosing your feet.
"If left untreated, these small wounds can easily become infected, lead to gangrene, and may eventually require amputation of the affected area"- Canadian Diabetes Association.
What we are trying to do is to prevent. To prevent a problem from occurring. It is very easy to prevent something being removed then it is to actually try to heal something, keep it healed and then try to prevent the issue from coming back.
The unfortunate thing is, we have focused on the wrong thing.
The Diabetic Footcare Black Book has been designed to laser focus on:
Focusing on more than 10 years of clinical footcare experience, Dominic takes you hand in hand, reducing medical jargon, using real world examples and exploring over 25 ways to reduce your Diabetic Footcare Risk.
Dominic Hough has been a Chiropodist (footcare specialist) since 2006. He first started working at the Birmingham NHS seeing about 15 patients a day then he took a job at the High Risk Clinic seeing a range of higher risk patients. He emigrated to Canada in 2008 and started his own private clinic, L&D Footcare whilst providing freelance support to Toronto hospitals and footcare clinics. He then joined the team at Petrolia FHT and created their Chiropody clinic, where he still works.
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