Wounds Caused by Circulatory and Nerve Disorders
Foot wounds and swelling caused by poor circulation, blood clots, or nerve damage need to be treated immediately. At Ohio Foot and Ankle Specialists, we understand the urgency in treating these conditions and their underlying causes. Wounds can lead to life-threatening infections, dangerous blood clots, or severe ulcers on the feet.
Types of Disorders That Cause Foot Wounds
- Diabetic Neuropathy
- Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Raynaud’s Disease
Treatment for Foot Problems Caused by Poor Circulation
Poor circulation caused by venous insufficiency can lead to painful and dangerous swelling, clots, and ulcers. Treatment for these conditions will vary, and may range from:
- Compression socks
- Pump therapy
- Medication for ulcers
Foot Wound Treatment in Ohio
If you have diabetes, nerve damage, or a circulatory disorder, it is important to take exceptionally good care of your feet. Ohio Foot and Ankle Specialists can help. In addition to providing guidance and monitoring of your feet for wounds and ulcers, our top Ohio podiatrists can treat wounds safely, to keep you healthy.
If you have any of the following symptoms, contact us today:
Ohio Foot and Ankle Specialists have multiple locations throughout Ohio, with top podiatrists available to help alleviate your pain, and prevent infections from foot wounds from progressing.