Many physicians are familiar with the effectiveness of temperature monitoring for the prevention of diabetic foot ulcers. Please ask your podiatrist about temperature monitoring, as it is clinically proven to reduce foot ulcers by up to 87%. 

Dr. Alexander M. Reyzelman, Podiatric Surgeon at UCSF and Co-director of the Limb Preservation Unit, explains more about the risk of diabetic foot ulcers:

For more information, please see the clinical studies done on temperature monitoring here.

For more information, we refer to the IWGDF Guidance on the management and prevention of foot problems in diabetes 2015.

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