Leg and Foot ulcer clinic

A leg ulcer is a long-lasting (chronic) sore that takes more than 4 to 6 weeks to heal
Ulcers usually appear when there is poor blood flow in the legs. People with diabetes are especially at risk of developing foot ulcers, due to either poor blood flow or losing sensation in the feet, which can result in pressure sores. Contact us to explore natural regenerative treatment in leg and foot ulcers.
Leg and Foot Ulcers Clinic

Leg and foot ulcers of vascular and diabetic origin are welcome here, at our clinic. At Medica Pain Management, we use enhanced regenerative pain treatments, personalised to each patient.

What are Leg and Foot Ulcers?

Leg ulcers are unhealed wounds or open sores on the legs. Without treatment, these types of ulcers can recur over and over again. Most commonly, this condition is caused by poor circulation, although it can be due to a variety of diseases.

These sores are also more common in women, but can affect both men and women of any age. If treated early, leg ulcers can resolve without further complications.

The symptoms of leg ulcers may vary depending on their exact cause.

Ulcers are often painful. But sometimes ulcers occur without pain. This is because of the damage to the nerves caused by untreated diabetes. The lack of pain is one reason why many people misdiagnose and do not seek medical treatment.

It is important to make an appointment with your doctor if you experience any of the following symptoms:

  • open sores
  • pus in the affected area
  • pain in the affected area
  • increasing wound size
  • leg swelling
  • enlarged veins
  • generalized pain or heaviness in the legs
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