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Charcot foot is a condition that causes a weakening of the bones in the foot due to significant nerve damage. This nerve damage can occur as a result of diabetes. The bones of the foot can become weak enough that they fracture, and if you continue to walk on your fractured feet without seeking treatment, the structure and shape of your feet will begin to change. If you suffer from diabetes, you should regularly visit a foot specialist or podiatrist in Sugar Land to ensure that you don’t suffer from neuropathy or other dangerous foot conditions.

Watch this video to learn more about the connection between diabetes and charcot foot. A foot specialist answers questions and gives advice to patients that will help them avoid foot surgery or amputation.

What Is Charcot Foot?