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  • Foot exam, including inspection for any discoloration, swelling, redness, warmth, cuts, scrapes, corns, calluses, or other changes of the foot, ankle, and leg below the knee.


  •  Trimming, cutting, clipping, and debridement of nails.


  •  Minor buffing of corns or calluses


  • Hygienic and preventive maintenance care, such as cleaning the feet.

  •  Skin cream application to maintain skin tone.

  •  Individual education related to foot care/health.


  •  Physician updates and outreach to community support systems, as needed.


  • Assisting individuals with diabetes in Medicare-approved orthotics and footwear to promote safe ambulation and promote foot health.



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