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Daily foot care As always prevention is the best medicine

A good daily foot care regimen will help keep your feet healthy Start by putting together a foot care kit containing nail clippers a nail 64257le lotion a pumice stone and a nonbreakable hand mirror Having everything you need in one place makes it

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Daily foot care As always prevention is the best medicine






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Daily foot careAs always, prevention is the best medicine. A good daily foot care regimen will help keep your feet healthy. Start by putting together a foot care kit containing nail clippers, a nail le, lotion, a pumice stone and a non-breakable hand mirror. Having everything you need in one place makes it easier to follow this foot care routine every day: Diabetes foot care dos and don’tsWhen to see your family health care provider • redness or pain in your legs or feet, right away. •  • Haveyourbarefeetcheckedbyyourfamily health care provider at least year.askyourfamily health care provider to screen you for neuropathy and loss of circulation at least once a year. • Takeyoursocksoffateverydiabetes-related visit to your family health care provider and ask him or For more information on how to take care of your feet, watch the “Managing Your Feet” video in this kit.Content taken from the Canadian Diabetes Association’s consumer fact sheet, Foot Care: A step toward good health © 2008 They should be supportive, have low heels (less than 5 cm high) and should not rub or pinch. Shop at a reputable store with knowledgeable staff who can professionally t your shoes. wear socks at night if elevate your feet when wiggle your toes and move your ankles around for a few minutes several times a day to improve blood ow in exercise regularly to improve circulation. inspect your feet daily and in particular, feel for skin temperature differences Don’t wear high heels, (open-toe or open-heel) Don’t wear anything tight around your legs, such as Don’t ever go barefoot, even indoors. Consider buying a pair of well-tting shoes that Don’t put hot water bottles Don’tcross your legs for long Don’t smoke. Smoking decreases circulation and healing, and signicantly increases the risks of Don’t have pedicures by non-Catalogue No.013204 200M July 2009 © Queen’s Printer for Ontario