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Reasons For Poor Foot Circulation

Poor foot circulation can be caused by a number of factors, so it is essential to see a doctor for a diagnosis. Not only is this something that can be treated, but finding the cause of the problem is vital for improving your long-term health.

People that have poor circulation in their feet should speak with a specialist when they begin to notice symptoms. A physician in our office can offer more insight into the reasons for this type of problem. First, take the time to understand how it happens, what to expect, treatment options and the reasons behind poor foot circulation.

REASONS FOR POOR FOOT CIRCULATION

Some of the issues that can cause this problem include:

It is crucial that the patient has the condition treated as soon as possible, especially since it can be a sign of another health problem like diabetes. For example, some patients visit with foot problems, unaware that they are diabetic. Upon learning this, a patient must treat not only their feet, but also diabetes that is the underlying reason for the problem in the first place.

WHAT TO EXPECT WITH THIS TYPE OF CIRCULATION ISSUE

Understanding the symptoms that come with this type of circulation problem is essential. Here are signs that are mostly seen in the beginning, but can become worse with time.

Many of these symptoms can become worse if the condition is not treated in time. For example, minor pain could spread into the ankles, or it could become more difficult to walk. This is where poor circulation can become problematic. If someone cannot walk without tingling, it could lead to falls and other injuries. In other words – the feet matter and treating them right away is essential.

TREATMENT OPTIONS

Some treatments offer relief for people suffering from this issue. There are many common treatment options that patients use to better their situation and reduce the symptoms associated with poor circulation, including:

Poor foot circulation is more common than many think. By understanding the underlying condition, a physician is better able to treat the condition. Poor circulation, when caught early, will not cause too many issues for a patient. This is why it is vital for any symptoms to be noted and for a physician to fix the problem earlier on.

SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Leonard Greenwald, D.P.M., request an appointment in our San Jose physician's office here: https://footdoctorinsanjose.com. Or call us at (408) 827-9483.

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