Here at LimbO, our aim is to help you recover from any injury or wound as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, diabetic foot ulcers are a common complication of diabetes, because diabetes affects your body’s ability to heal wounds. Wounds tend to heal more slowly, so it’s important to take really good care of ulcers to prevent them getting any worse. Here are some tips on caring for diabetic wounds, but of course, if you have any concerns, please speak to your doctor in the first instance.
As we head into March and the weather is undoubtedly warming up, most of us breathe a sigh of relief at sight of imminent summer months on the horizon. But those of you that are a bit more green-fingered will know that now is a crucial time to get out and finish all those jobs around the garden, and that they’ll pay dividends later on when you can reap the benefits of your hard work.