The global epidemic of diabetes has caused a corresponding increase in disorders and complications. One such prevalent complication is diabetic neuropathy.
The amputation rates in the United States due to diabetes and peripheral arterial disease have increased by about 27% in the last couple of decades which highlights the need for an effective amputation prevention strategy at a national level.
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The Releford Foot and Ankle Institute is dedicated to reducing the amputation rate in high risk communities both domestically as well as international. Amputation is not always the solution.
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