Specialist Care

Diabetic Foot Care

Diabetes affects multiple areas of the body, including the feet. Preventative foot care is an essential part of every diabetic’s plan for avoiding devastating complications that can arise from high blood sugar. Approximately 70 percent of people with diabetes develop circulatory problems and nerve damage. Together, these conditions can set the stage for foot wounds that go unnoticed at first and then don’t heal properly, due to the negative effects of high blood sugar on immune function and blood flow. When infection sets in, amputation can follow.

Top causes of foot wounds

Wound Care

If you have chronic, repetitive, or difficult open wounds on the lower legs and feet, the wound care experts at Corona Foot & Ankle can help. Treatment must address the true, underlying causes of the wound, which is why our patient evaluations take into account four key viewpoints: vascular, dermatologic, orthopedic, and neurologic. This holistic approach enables us to treat each wound thoroughly and reduce the risk of reoccurrence. We understand the intricacies of the healing process and how to promote natural wound healing, as well as utilizing the latest advanced wound care techniques to effectively treat problem wounds.


While many foot and ankle problems can be successfully resolved through conservative treatment, surgery may necessary where other techniques haven’t relieved pain or fixed the problem. At Corona Foot & Ankle, podiatrist Dr. Arti Amin is board-certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery and has the experience and expertise to treat both common and complex issues that can necessitate surgery. Whether your problems are congenital, caused by progressive disease, or the result of an injury, she can determine the best course of treatment and guide your recovery process.

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