Diabetes Management in Adelaide

Diabetes Management in Adelaide

At Keep Me Walking Podiatry, we understand the importance of diabetes management and the role that proper foot care can play in helping people with diabetes manage their condition. 

Diabetes Management is a chronic condition that affects the way the body processes glucose, or blood sugar. High blood sugar levels can lead to a variety of complications, including damage to the nerves, blood vessels, and organs. Foot complications are common in people with diabetes, and can include neuropathy, neurological assessment foot ulcers, and even amputation.

Proper diabetes management is essential for preventing these complications and maintaining good overall health. At Keep Me Walking Podiatry, our team of expert podiatrists is dedicated to helping our patients with diabetes manage their condition and maintain healthy feet. 

Our services about Diabetes Management:

We offer a range of services to help our patients with diabetes manage their condition (Diabetes Management), including gait analysis:

  • Regular foot exams to check for signs of nerve damage and other complications
  • Custom orthotics to help alleviate foot pain and improve gait
  • Footwear recommendations to help prevent foot injuries and maintain proper foot health wound care for foot ulcers and other injuries.  

Treatment Options:

Treatments are different for every person depending on the patient’s symptoms and needs. Some treatment strategies may include:

Exercise &

Shoe wear adjustment



Dry needling


At Keep Me Walking Podiatry, we are committed to providing the highest level of care to our patients. If you or a loved one is living with diabetes and in need of foot care services, we encourage you to contact us at 1800962113 or through our website’s contact form to schedule an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

The most common foot complications of diabetes include neuropathy, foot ulcers, and amputation. Neuropathy is a condition that occurs when the nerves that carry messages to and from the brain and spinal cord are damaged. Foot ulcers are open sores that can occur on the feet and ankles of people with diabetes. Amputation may be necessary in severe cases of foot complications.
There are several things you can do to help prevent foot complications of diabetes:
• Keep your blood sugar levels under control
• Check your feet daily for cuts, blisters, or sores
• Wear shoes that fit properly and provide ample support
• Avoid walking barefoot or wearing shoes with open toes
• Consult with a podiatrist if you notice any abnormalities in your feet or gait
You can contact us at 1800962113 or through our website's contact form for more information or to schedule an appointment. Our team is here to help you manage your diabetes and maintain healthy feet.

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Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 8.00 – 7:00 pm
Saturday 9.00 – 8.00 pm
Sunday 10.00 – 9.00 pm