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If you are a person with diabetes, you have a good chance of having a bad foot problem.

Do you take your feet for granted, or appreciate how important they are to your way of life? Most of us don’t think about our feet until we have a problem — a pain, a sore or wound, or an injury.

Dr. Mark Hinkes has taken care of people’s feet for nearly 40 years. Yet, it still frustrates him to see a patient lose a toe, foot or leg due to a complication of diabetes.

Dr. Hinkes wrote Healthy Feet for People with Diabetes to help you and your caregiver prevent such a tragic alteration to your body and your life.

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