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Bloomington (812) 333-4422
Bedford (812) 277-1000
Washington (812) 254-2911


 

Diabetic Foot Care

Thank Your Feet with Proper Diabetic Foot Care

The end of the year tends to be a season of gratitude; not only with Thanksgiving but in all of our other gatherings with friends and family as well. Something that might get forgotten in all the bustle are the things that get us to these warm gatherings. It’s...
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Walking with Diabetes

Walking is one of the best baseline exercises out there for someone who lives with diabetes, and Bloomington has several nice places to step out. One of these locales, the B-Line Trail, runs 3.1 miles (or about 5K) through downtown Bloomington, connecting to two other trails in the process....
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Why Wounds Matter

A cut, nick, or scrape never used to seem like such a big deal as a kid. You just got a Band-Aid slapped over it, perhaps a kiss to make it all better, and went tearing back out to play on the Winslow Woods Playground. If you...
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How to Take Charge of Checking Your Feet

checking a diabetic footStarting last month and going all through July, brave souls have been finding their sense of balance on Lake Lemon through stand-up paddle board class. It takes commitment to learn how to find...
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The Effects of Diabetes on the Feet

Diabetic foot careHave you hit the Bryan Park or Mills pools yet this season? Both are open for business and can be a great spot for fun and cooling off.  Swimming is also a great activity if...
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Protect Your Feet from Neuropathy and Other Complications

When the body experiences high blood glucose levels associated with diabetes, the nerves in the feet and ankles can be damaged. While certain individuals will not experience any of the symptoms associated with peripheral neuropathy, some will develop tingling, burning, sharp pain, cramps, extreme...
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