Hurst Podiatry Blog

Do I have to see a podiatrist if I have diabetes?

If you’ve been diagnosed as diabetic, your GP will most certainly recommend that you have your feet checked by a podiatrist on an annual basis as a minimum requirement.

As your feet can be highly affected by this condition, it is so important you ensure they are taken care of and assessed by a professional.

If you have diabetes but have not had your feet assessed by a podiatrist in some time, book an appointment to see us today.

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