Future of diabetic foot offloading

Article by Diabetic Foot Australia A new publication on plantar tissue stress received wide acclaim at this year’s 8th International Diabetic Foot Symposium with many suggesting it may shape the future of diabetic foot offloading treatments. The paper was authored by several leading offloading experts from the US (Crews & Najafi), Netherlands (van Netten & Bus Netherlands), UK (Chadwick) and…

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The New Global Diabetic Foot Guidelines Are Here!

Article by Diabetic Foot Australia | Register for the DFA2019 Conference here The new IWGDF global diabetic foot disease guidelines were officially launched at the International Symposium of the Diabetic Foot last week in the Netherlands. These guidelines have been the gold standard diabetic foot guidelines for over 20 years, are updated every 4 years,…

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Olympics of the diabetic foot

Article by Diabetic Foot Australia The International Symposium on the Diabetic Foot (ISDF) has been informally known as the “Olympics of the diabetic foot” since 1996. And this year will see a record of 20 Aussie presentations at next month’s 8th ISDF “Olympics” in The Netherlands which is much more than any other “Olympics”. Why…

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AreThereDifferencesinDFUGuidelines

Article by Dr Byron Perrin, Diabetic Foot Australia A new study just published in the journal Diabetes/Metabolism Research and Reviews has found that there are many differences between recommendations made in national diabetic foot disease guidelines (including Australia’s) and those made in the peak International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot (IWGDF) guidelines. This first-of-its-kind study from a diverse…

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Would You Recognise your Feet in a Line Up?

Article by Diabetic Foot Australia – read more here: https://www.diabeticfootaustralia.org/world-diabetes-day-2018/  Men…We’re Looking At You Studies have shown men have a certain reluctance in tackling health concerns, and much prefer to fix those pesky foot problems with the good ol’ band-aid approach. If you think about all the men in your family and life, you probably have a…

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High Risk Foot Clinic at Wound Innovations

Our High-Risk Foot Clinic is the natural extension of our specialist inter-disciplinary wound care service. Our HRF Clinic aims to prevent new or recurrent foot ulcers in people with peripheral arterial disease, peripheral neuropathy or deformity. The service is located at our facilities in the medial precinct at 55 Little Edward St Spring Hill. As standard, our…

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