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What Is The Treatment For Foot Damage In Diabetic Nephropathy

Foot damage is a common complication in Diabetic Nephropathy. It occurs in most patients. Well then, what is the treatment for foot damage in Diabetic Nephropathy?

What Is The Treatment For Foot Damage In Diabetic NephropathyDiabetic foot refers that diabetic peripheral neuropathy has decreased function to protect lower limbs. Aorta and microangiopathy cause arterial perfusion insufficiency. In this condition, microcirculation will occur so as to cause anabrosis and gangrene.

The treatment for foot damage in diabetic nephropathy include the following aspects:

1. Prevention

Every day you should wash your feet with warm water or soft soap to keep your feet clean.

Before washing your feet, you should measure the water temperature to prevent hot water from damaging your feet and also avoid damaging your skin.

After washing your feet, you should dry them with dry towel. Do not use coarse cloth to cause skin abrasions.

Avoid smoking and alcohol, which is beneficial for preventing blood vessel diseases and nervous lesion damage.

2. Characteristic treatment

The treatment for diabetic nephropathy is Chinese Medicine Treatment. Our hospital recommends characteristic Chinese medicine treatments including a series of therapies such as Medicated Bath, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Mixture, Medicinal Soup, Moxibustion Therapy, Enema Therapy, Circle Therapy and Steaming Therapy, etc. These therapies can improve blood circulation, increase blood flow and alleviate microcirculation disorder so as to treat foot damage from the root.

According to specific illness condition, we will give you proper treatment. When you come to our hospital, we first give you a thorough check up to know your condition clearly and then make a treatment plan for you. Our Chinese medicine treatments first purifies your blood before treating kidney disease. Without a clean environment, you can not get a better therapeutic effect. Because toxins in your blood can reduce the effect of medication you take and also cause damage on your kidney intrinsic cells. The active ingredients in Chinese medicines can draw out toxins from bloodstream and kidney intrinsic cells. The final goal of Chinese medicine treatments is to repair kidney damage and improve renal function. When renal function is improved, it is able to have a smooth blood circulation and nervous damage can be relieved. As a result, foot damage and other complications such as eye damage, anemia, swelling and poor appetite can all be relieved radically.

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