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Diabetes – Where there are high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. Whether it is Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes or Gestational Diabetes, you should look for any sign of foot problems everyday.

Charcot Foot – Where joints gradually destruct over time due to other nerve conditions. This condition is very serious and can result in a permanent deformity, ulceration or amputation.

Parkinson’s Disease – A degenerative condition affecting the central nervous system where the brain fails to release dopamine which is needed to control movement. Podiatrists can help with walking patterns, footwear and fall prevention.

Deep Vein Thrombosis – A life-threatening condition where the deep veins in the body become blocked. The blocked vein is commonly located in the calf. This condition often occurs after sustaining a leg injury or due to lack of leg movement. DVT can be identified if there is redness, swelling, warmth or pain in the calf muscle or the back of the knee.

If you are concerned about any of the above conditions please contact Pivotal Motion Podiatry for assessment, diagnosis and treatment services.