Diabetic Foot Care
Get Started Now!
If you want to be healthy you must take action. What is the best way? Get started now. Not tomorrow, not next week, but today this instant right now. No delay.
Here is what to do:
- Begin taking care of your feet today
- Set a time every day to check your feet – Go ahead, I’ll wait.
- Back so soon? OK Note the date of your next visit to your doctor. GO on do it now.
- Print the foot care tip sheet on the next page, copy it and post it on your bathroom mirror, and refrigerator as a constant reminder.
- Complete the "To Do" list after the tip sheet.
- Go get your calendar and set a date for buying the things you need to take care of your feet. Write the following list down:
- Nail clippers
- Pumice stone
- Emery board
- Skin lotion
- Talcum powder
- Athletic Shoes
Most important, stick with your foot care program… as a special incentive, give yourself a special treat. A new pair of soft 100% cotton socks. Your feet will thank you for it. Go on, You deserve it.
Congratulations! You have now completed reading the 12 steps for maintaining healthy feet. Continue on to the foot care tip sheet on the next page.
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This information has been gleaned from research and from publications of the National Diabetes Education Program among others.
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