Proper foot care is not something most of us think about until problems literally put us out of step.
Specialists at Cleveland Clinic's Foot & Ankle Center treat all conditions that affect the foot and ankle, including diabetic foot problems.
You may be eligible for a research study determining if various shoe insoles can prevent the recurrence of a foot ulcer.* Compensation will be provided.
For more information or to determine eligibility, contact Tammy Owings, D. at 216.445.9422 Cleveland Clinic's Diabetic Foot Care Program was developed to reduce the burden of foot disease in people with diabetes through state-of-the-art evaluation, treatment, education and cutting-edge research.
Our podiatrists are leaders in the prevention, early diagnosis and effective treatment of diabetic foot problems.
Cleveland Clinic's Foot & Ankle Center provides comprehensive diagnostic, treatment, and rehabilitation services for all adult foot and ankle problems.
Our staff of orthopaedic surgeons, podiatrists, nurse clinicians, certified pedorthists and technicians deliver state-of-the-art care exclusively for problems of the foot and ankle.
All specialists and surgeons at the Foot & Ankle Center have extensive training in the diagnosis and surgical and nonsurgical care of a wide range of foot and ankle problems, including: There is no publicly available rating for this medical professional for one of two reasons: 1) he or she does not see patients or 2) he or she sees patients but has not yet received the minimum number of Patient Satisfaction Reviews.
Initial patient screening includes diagnostics such as measuring barefoot plantar pressures, vibration sensation threshold using a neurothesiometer, and ankle-brachial indices.
Foot ulcer is one of the most common pathologies treated in the Diabetic Foot Clinic.