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For information about available footwear, please check the diabetic selections at these websites:
Aetrex
Apex Foot Health & Wellness
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DIA-FOOT

Rest: Stay off the injured (foot/ankle). Walking may cause further injury.

Ice: Apply an ice pack to the injured area, placing a thin towel between the ice and the skin. Use ice for 20 minutes and then wait at least 40 minutes before icing again.

Compression: An elastic wrap should be used to control swelling.

Elevation: The (foot/ankle) should be raised slightly above the level of your heart to reduce swelling.


 

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