Alternative Treatment Center for Diabetic Wound

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Published: 19th January 2010
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Introduction

Our Alternative Treatment Centre for Diabetic Wound provides an option to diabetics suffering from diabetes wounds and foot ulcers whether to solve their problems at our centre or at other conventional clinic and hospital. Our centre provides complete alternative treatments and therapies together with its natural and halal medication specifically for diabetes wounds and foot ulcers. The treatments and therapies provided also use and adopt conventional modern treatments such as the use of surgical supplies, instruments, procedures and techniques where are applicable.

Diabetic wounds

People with diabetes wounds often notice that their skin gets itchy, dry, and is easily injured. The dry, itchy skin easily cracks, leading to compromised skin. The bacteria and germs can get into the skin cracks, feed on the elevated glucose in the body, and can cause infection. People with diabetes wounds have poor blood circulation, which means the body is slower to heal wounds and ulcers. A person with diabetes wounds may not even notice an injury until he or she already has an infection. Infections that are not healed quickly may lead to gangrened skin and exposure to amputation. Preventing infections and taking proper diet, exercise and care of the wounds, cuts, scrapes, and bruises are critical for those with diabetes wounds.

The hands and feet of people with diabetes wounds are particularly susceptible to infection because blood circulation is poorest at the extremities. It is crucial for people with diabetes wounds to thoroughly check their hands and feet for cracks, cuts, or any other injuries so that wounds can be cared for immediately to prevent infections. If you are caring for someone with diabetes wounds, be sure to perform regular checks of the feet, hands, and other parts of your loved one's body.

Diabetes wounds have grown to be a critical subject over the years. Approximately 6 million Americans suffer from some sort of chronic wounds or open sores, 17% of these are diabetics. Chronic wounds can become infected, develop gangrene or require amputation. Diabetics are at a greater risk of developing chronic wounds and ulcers because of poor circulation, slow healing times, vascular disease and neuropathy (numbness).Diabetic ulcers are the most common foot injuries leading to lower extremity amputation.
Wounds and ulcers are the medical term for injuries that occur when skin is torn, cut, sore, bruised, punctured, or similarly damaged. Most diabetes wounds and ulcers can be treated at our Treatment Centre.

Our Alternative Treatment Center for Diabetic Wound in Gombak Kuala Lumpur Malaysia has been operational since 1996 and has proven to diabetes world that diabetic wound and foot ulcers can be treated and can be avoided from being amputated.
Alternative / natural medication
Medication provided at the Center is all made of plants and processed in accordance to the standard of processing natural herbs. It is 100% drug free, safe and halal.

Kindly email us at a_diabetes@yahoo.com if you have any query. We will reply to you within 24 hours and will do our best to help you.

What we can assure is that diabetes foot ulcers and wounds can still be treated without the need for amputation!

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