Thank you to the Canadian Diabetes Association for hosting their series of interesting and informative webinars; diabetes.ca/webinar including our Diabetic Foot Care webinar in the spring series. And thank you to Anchor Pharmacy for being a wonderful hosting location.
We also thank all our patients in Nanaimo as well as all those people with Type II Diabetes throughout Canada that logged onto our Webinar on foot care on Wednesday May 21st at 6:00pm. We enjoyed hearing all the positive feedback and we thank you for all the engaged interest from the hour of questioning following the presentation!
For anyone that missed it here is the write up again below and please contact us and we will update you when the Canadian Diabetes Association creates a You Tube video out of the presentation.
Foot Care: A Step Towards Good Health: People who have diabetes are vulnerable to nerve and vascular damage to the feet that can result in decreased sensation in the feet, poor circulation, and slow healing of foot ulcers.Join Dr. Katia Langton, D.C., Certified Pedorthist, and Maggie Stewart, R.N, B.Sc.N., Foot Care Nurse, and find out simple methods to check for loss of sensation, practical foot care nursing tips and why orthotics and footwear help to avoid complications for your feet.
For Diabetic Foot Exams please visit: http://nanaimospinalandfootcare.com/diabetic-foot-exam/
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