Posted on August 12th, 2014 by Speare Memorial Hospital

Happy Feet and Diabetes: A Discussion

The American Diabetes Association says that “feet should last a lifetime,” but diabetes can make it harder to keep feet healthy.

Come meet Katie Wood Hedberg, APRN, Program Director of Speare Hospital’s Wound Care Center. Listen in as she explains how to spot the early signs of a sore foot, and when to seek medical care.

What:  Diabetes Support Group

When: Thursday, September 4, at 5 pm

Where: Speare Memorial Hospital, cafeteria annex

FREE: no registration or advance reservation needed

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