ARE YOU DIABETIC? FOOTCARE TIPS

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Persons with diabetes may develop foot ulcers.  Most often they occur on the ball of the foot or on the bottom of the big toe.  Ulcers can develop due to shoes that do not fit properly.  Untreated, ulcers can result in infections or amputation.  Ulcers may not hurt, but should still be treated by a doctor.  Ask your diabetic foot care specialist about ulcers.  Have regular foot care checkups and make sure that you are fitted properly for therapeutic shoes.  

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ABOUT US

Here at Antioch Foot & Ankle Group, and we believe that we provide the best foot and ankle care in Savannah, Georgia. Our physicians are Board Certified Specialists in Podiatry and they are committed to providing quality care to each and every patient that comes into our office.

Located on the Abercorn Street at the end of Middleground Road, our office is easily accessible from either the Veterans Expressway to the southwest or Abercorn Street and Montgomery Crossroads to the northeast. The majority of our patients live in Chatham, and Counties in Georgia and we proudly serve the military families located at Ft. Stewart.

CONTACT US

Antioch Foot & Ankle Group

( SOUTHSIDE )

9104 Middleground Rd, Suite 2
Savannah, GA 31406

Telephone: (912) 927-8011
Fax: (912) 927-8311

Antioch Foot & Ankle Group

( MIDTOWN )
3840 Waters Avenue, at 55th Street.
Savannah, GA 31404

Telephone: (912) 200-3152
Fax: (912) 349-4474

email: info@antiochfootandankle.com

HOURS OF OPERATION

 Monday - Nursing Home  Morning
Monday - Office Patients -  2:00 - 6:00 p.m..
Tuesday - Thursday  8:00 a.m. -  6:00 p.m.
Friday - Surgery Day
 Closed Saturday & Sunday
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