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No one knows why people develop diabetes, but once diagnosed, the disease is present for life. Diabetic Feet is a hereditary disorder, and certain genetic indicators are known to increase the risk of developing diabetes. Type 1, previously known as insulin-dependent diabetes mellifluous or juvenile-onset diabetes, afflicts five to ten percent of diagnosed cases of diabetes. Visit our podiatrist in Irvine
This type of Diabetic Feet occurs most frequently in children and adolescents, and is caused by the inability of the pancreas to produce the insulin needed for survival. Type 2, previously called non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellifluous or adult-onset diabetes, affects the other 90-95 percent of all diagnosed cases of diabetes, many of which are controlled by oral medicine or insulin injections. The vast majority of those people (80 percent or more) are overweight; obesity itself can cause insulin resistance.
Certain characteristics put people at a higher risk for developing Diabetic Feet are:
- A family history of:
- The disease
- Prior history of developing diabetes while pregnant
- Being over the age of 40
African Americans are 1.7 times more likely to have Diabetic Feet than the general population, with 25 percent of African Americans between the ages of 65 and 74 diagnosed with the disease. Hispanic Americans are almost twice as likely to develop-diabetic Feet, which affects 10.6 percent of that population group.
Native Americans are at a significantly increased risk for developing Diabetic Feet, and 12.2 percent of the population suffers from the disease. In some tribes, as many as 50 percent of members have diabetes.
Weight is the most important risk factor, with more than 80 percent of diabetes sufferers classified as overweight.
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You will be shocked to know that normally you should not have pain in your feet your feet and ankles are amazing! However, tend to underestimate its importance to our everyday life. The number of steps a person takes on a daily basis range from 10,000 to 15,000. It takes a real beating to your feet and ankle which can lead to the inevitable common foot and ankle injury. More than half of Americans seek help for their feet and ankles problems every year.
If you are having a foot problem, don't consider yourself alone as more than millions of the population seek help for their foot problems every year. If you need to find a foot doctor (podiatrist) and are out of the Irvine, Orange County area, consider making an appointment with our podiatrist in Irvine. Here are some foot problems we treat in our podiatry office
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949 786 7114
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