Diabetic Foot Care
Routine foot care should include cutting, clipping, or debriding of nails and calluses. Foot care is especially important for people with diabetes or vascular disease. People with these comorbidities can experience worse complications from bunions, corns and calluses, fungal infections, and ingrown toenails. While these conditions may not seem serious, diabetes and vascular disease can complicate even these minor issues.
Our specialists treat a wide range of conditions affecting patients with diabetes and vascular disease including neuropathy, foot infections and ulcerations and ingrown and fungal toenails. We can also have you fitted for comfortable orthotic shoes and custom-molded inserts.
Schedule an Appointment
To determine the cause of the pain in your feet, heels, arches, or ankles, call Galbraith Podiatry Group in Wichita, KS to schedule an appointment. We will do everything we can to figure out what is making you hurt and then devise the right kind of treatment for your needs.
When you are ready to come visit us, please download and fill out the New Patient Form linked below.