PERMANENT SUBCOLOGIST CARE IS A GUARANTEE OF SAFETY

People with diabetological problems are referred to as patients with known Risk group. Prophylaxis is crucial in their case. Regular visits to the Subological office will allow to enjoy the good condition of the feet, and professional nail care, removal of hyperkeratotic lesions (skin thickening) or the selection of suitable cosmetics and preparations help to minimize the risk Diabetic foot complications.

The selection of the right footwear and orthopedic pads is also extremely important, which helps to eliminate the formation of calllets or fingerprints. Our subscientists can take care of diabetic feet and detect possible hazards early.

HYGIENE IS THE BASIS

The first step to the health of your feet is proper hygiene and care. For diabetological patients care for the foot requires special attention and adherence to the recommendations of specialists. As part of the subological care, during the visit patients with the so-called. Risk groups are given precise guidance and advice on home hygiene.

Diabetological patients recommend the use of suitable skin care preparations that increase the elasticity of the leather and thus minimize the occurrence of factors that can affect the formation of problems within the feet.

INGROWN OR SCREING NAILS

Ingrown or screating nails are common problems affecting people with diabetes. This is due to changes in the metabolism of sugars and excessive rotation of proteins. In the case of ingrown or screwing nails, it is important to supply buckles or other methods, so as to avoid the formation of inflammations and wounds, which could lead to the formation of ulcers in the future. In the case of diabetics, it is forbidden to allow wounds and ulcers on the feet, so it is necessary to deal with problems before they occur.

ORTHOPEDIC DEFORMITIES

In the case of orthopedic deformities present, we propose a walk test, which will allow to accurately determine the prevailing pressure on the feet and how to distribute the weight of the body. This analysis enables the selection of appropriate orthopedic inserts, which will minimize the risk associated with the nature of deformation, i.e., fingerprints, callouts or problems with nails. In Satin cabinets, individual orthopedic inserts are already performed during one meeting with a physiotherapist. Our orthopedic inserts are covered by a 2-year warranty.

WHEN TO GO TO A SUBOLOGIST?

Nail fungus is unfortunately not a way to fight alone, home methods. It is necessary to interfere with a specialist-a subologist who cleansers the nail plate and will affect its reconstruction. The experience and recommendations of the Subology show that, in addition to local or oral measures recommended by a dermatologist, it is also necessary to mechanically remove the fragment of the altered fungal nail plate. After finishing treatment, the fingernail should regain a healthy appearance, which should also be backed by research. Sometimes, however, the nail after therapy does not regain its normal appearance, is unsighted, discolour, grows slower and can be more susceptible to other infections.

DIABETIC FOOT

As the name suggests, the diabetic foot is a diabetes-related compation. People suffering from this condition often experience abnormal sensations or microcirculation, which is why patients are particularly vulnerable to injuries that may be affected by ulceration. Symptoms of diabetic foot include swelling and congestion, numbness in the feet, bone distortion, pain, temperature and touch, and problems with the skin and with deformed, overgrown nail plates.

Causes of diabetic foot formation:

  • One (neuropathy) or multiple nerves (polyeuropathy), resulting in a lack of sensitivity to certain external factors such as friction, tightness, injury, pain or temperature changes
  • Damage to blood vessels
  • Deformation changes that arise from wearing bad footwear, overweight or standing operating mode

WHEN TO GO TO A SUBOLOGIST?

Untreated diabetic foot can cause serious consequences in the form of necrosis, and subsequently amputation of the limb. It is therefore very important to quickly and correctly assess the patient’s health and disease stage. It is necessary to contact a physician and a subologist for this assessment. Priority is the elimination of excessive skin keratosis, indication of the appropriate preparation and referral to a diabetologist or surgeon. Those suffering from this ailment should be in constant contact with a specialist, controlling their health status and developing the disease.

PERMANENT SUBCOLOGICAL CARE

In the case of a diabetic foot, we can not, as with other therapies, talk about the anticipated time of its completion. It is a continuous, regular prophylaxis process, consisting of conscious and correct clipping, often problematic nails and removal of excessively accumulating keratosis. The constant care of an experienced subologist can protect us from very serious problems, even to amputation of the fingers, feet or the entire limb.