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Type II Diabetic Routine Nail Care

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Nancy Peteja (2 месяца назад)
Did she come back? Those fissures look painful!
Pamela Schramke (2 месяца назад)
I know my medical issues keep me from exercising the way I'd like. I was ALWAYS fit but Lupus, Fibro, OA, Pseudotumor Cerebri, Hidradenitis Suppurativa and then a BAD MVA on top of that knocked me down. I've gained a TON of weight and I'm really struggling to get any of it back off. I'm so thankful I have PT 2-3 times weekly and I REALLY work out hard but it's still not helping me lose weight. I eat much better now and it just won't come off. So I completely get it! I'm actually going to a nutritionist to see if I'm doing something wrong or if they can direct me further because I just don't understand it.
ancientsgate (2 месяца назад)
Keep educating your diabetes patients, Doctor. I know it can seem frustrating; they arrive in your office without much awareness about diabetes and the long term complications (including foot complications) it can put them at risk for. I wish more type 2s especially knew about their disease. It pleases me to hear you educate and encourage them. Good work.
Sydni2003 (2 месяца назад)
my fiance had a really bad deep fissure on his foot.. i mean so bad it had split the skin underneath and started to bleed... he was stubborn and refused to see the doctor about it, so i made him soak his feet in warm/slightly hot water, scraped the dead skin off with a foot file, cleaned his foot with alcohol, and put massive amounts of vaseline on the fissure... i then made him keep socks on his feet at all times, while constantly keeping vaseline on the fissure, it healed, but i was wondering if me doing this could have any lasting effects or could it have caused any issues... like i said, i tried to get him to go see a doctor but he outright refused...
Debi B (2 месяца назад)
Am I the only person feeling there feet when Dr Nail Nipper went at her callus on her heels? Thank you n your patient for sharing. Hope to see a f/u on her.
Aussie Girl (2 месяца назад)
I have RA and have had since a teenager (30+ years now) and am just starting to learn of all the additional health issues that go with it. I am currently struggling with my hands and fingers and tendon and ganglion cyst problems - who knew?! I also didn't know about bleeding into callouses. Thanks for mentioning that, I have learned another new thing about my condition and something else look out for.
Blondie Gurl (2 месяца назад)
That heel, the gift that keeps on giving. I wanna watch that thing get shaved that thing all day or as long as it takes to make it smoooioooooooth
Meg A (2 месяца назад)
Yay for landscape orientation!!!
Dena Adams (2 месяца назад)
What a good catch with that nail. You probably saved her toe. Those two diseases together are just a terrible storm. I had no idea. You’re such a good Dr. I love your channel and always learn something. Thank you.
Stephanie Finley (2 месяца назад)
It's your wonderful non judgemental attitude that keeps your patients coming back.
De Evolution (2 месяца назад)
Emily the loli Nightray (2 месяца назад)
It's good she's still able to do something with her feet on her own. Even if it is only filing.
simonsienna (2 месяца назад)
I've had asthma since age 10, RA since age 24 and Type 2 diabetes since age 40. I'm 43 now. The PCP thinks the diabetes is from years of steroids for asthma. Diabetes is under control at a1c 5.7. I also used to run marathons with asthma until RA hit. Now I just walk at least 1-2 miles everyday. Walk as in 30 minute mile. At this point, I'm pretty sure my gait is crooked. I don't focus on that too much. Otherwise, me pushing to move around instead of not has minimized my joint damage and disease progression a lot. As for my toenails, my insurance will pay to have it cut due to the arthritis and now diabetes. I just think if I went to a podiatrist now, he/she would wonder why I am there because except for a pinch callus under the 4th toe of my right foot... my feet and nails are fine. I've always used large toe nail clippers to trim all nails since I can't handle a small one. I'm thinking of getting the nail nippers and see if that is easier. I hope this does not sound mean, because I it is not my intention to be... I am pleased to see a patient featured that has two of my health problems. I don't feel so alone and the only one. 😊
Kitty Mervine (2 месяца назад)
I have RA, I had it for many years without knowing, as....I was dealing with another health issue. Got done with that, all cured, and it was "Why do I feel so badly?" Finally a wonderful doctor (you do the doctor rounds) did a simple test and looked a my joints and was "THIS IS IT!" Then the finding the right medication ordeal. Then the PT, dealing with pain from the RA, and feeling sick from the medication...and just doing IT (and by PT I mean a gentle walk, and exercises meant to help keep your strength up). You are never cured, but you MANAGE. Which includes your TOES! (and your teeth, because you don't want any issues there also!). It seems unfair, my doctor jokes "Your body is trying to kill you." but he also loves that I get, it's something I manage, and some days work better than others. Accepting, you have a serious illness even if most people can't see it, and a lot of people say "Well do some yoga!" (that doesn't cure it, and yes your sisters friend felt all better after eating these vitamins....blah blah)...acceptance means, accepting the self care, and doing the appointments and doing the HARD WORK. Also relaxing at the end of a hard day by watching these videos! And your gentle but strong voice! Keep an eye on those feet and toe nails!
Gina Guertin (2 месяца назад)
Dont be too hard on yourself. You could still run marathons (unless it's physically difficult/impossible) I'm 5'7", 230 pounds and I certainly don't look like I run marathons.
Donald Trabeaux jr (2 месяца назад)
I have type 2 diabetes and my foot doctor told me that the insurance don’t cover her trimming my nails, she said that I have to be a serious diabetic. I wish you was here Louisiana. You are awesome
Dr Nail Nipper (2 месяца назад)
Donald, technically you have to be a diabetic with either vascular complications or neurological complications. If you have no complications from your diabetes, your foot doctor is correct. Medicare won't cover it.
Joe Bradley (2 месяца назад)
This was AWESOME !! Nail nipping plus the callus - love this !! Props to Alex for the extreme close up on the big nail !!! That was sup cool. Also really enjoy the running caption at the bottom - it’s like we can hear what you are thinking during the visit !! Great job - love your show !!!
Heather McLuckie (2 месяца назад)
Joe Bradley yes I agree !! I love the captions at the bottom , sometimes I’m thinking the same thing the doc is lol and Alex is great and I love how sweet she is . Big fan of them both !
Dr Nail Nipper (2 месяца назад)
Thanks, Joe!!
sharon e (2 месяца назад)
Great information. Lady looks much more comfortable. Hope her toe heals up
Virginia Reid (2 месяца назад)
RA is terrible. It crippled my friend in our twenties😥😥😥
Bobbi Buttons (2 месяца назад)
Isn’t it scary when we suddenly realize we sound just like our Mothers when we used to roll our eyes behind their backs. Those cracks in the lady’s heels are so awful looking. Is it painful to have fissures like that in a non neuropathic foot as I’d imagine it to be very sore?
Rebecca Carraway (2 месяца назад)
Bobbi Buttons I am DEFINITELY turning into my mother. 🙄 hahaha
Rebecca Carraway (2 месяца назад)
Bobbi Buttons I’m sure it can be. I filed my mom’s callouses last night with my drill. They can get open areas at the bottom of them.
Lisa Buck (2 месяца назад)
is it possible to purchase the blade you used in this video?
Dr Nail Nipper (2 месяца назад)
Lisa, I'm not sure. it is called a #312 Podiatry Chisel Blade. I'd look at someplace like Amazon. You probably can find it there. You can find ANYTHING there!
Todd Freeman (2 месяца назад)
Great video! 👍🏻
utubeaddictxxx (2 месяца назад)
yay! a video before bedtime. also first comment woohoo. Dr nail nipper, you are awesome!
Rebecca Carraway (2 месяца назад)
I have patients all the time with nonpalpable foot pulses 😳
Bobbi Buttons (2 месяца назад)
Rebecca Carraway lol, I hear ya. Without you guys we couldn't do our jobs. To try and transplant without Hickman lines is just inconceivable now so kudos to you guys too xx
Rebecca Carraway (2 месяца назад)
Bobbi Buttons ah I see. My department puts in central lines and large bore temporary catheters for chemo and stem cell harvest on multiple myeloma peeps. And we embolize liver tumors. And of course biopsies out the wazoo. Cancer is just the worst. Blessings and kudos to you. I like to dope em up, fix em, and send em out 🤣
Bobbi Buttons (2 месяца назад)
Rebecca Carraway Platelets, sweetheart, my patients were desperate for platelets. Now when DIC was an issue, uuurgh, now there was clotting issues. Opportunistic infections were a way of life even tho we did our damndest to avoid them. Used to be when we started it was total isolation, sterile diets the whole kit and caboodle. No contact with anyone apart from staff till they weren’t neutropaenic. Thank goodness it’s much more relaxed now and even though there may be more infections we can treat them. It’s nice talking to others in the field 😘
Rebecca Carraway (2 месяца назад)
Bobbi Buttons yes yes!! Are your patients more prone to blood clots? I would think so esp if they got an opportunistic infection, or wacky platelet levels.
Bobbi Buttons (2 месяца назад)
Rebecca Carraway ahh, that IS rewarding. My patients were all haematology/bone marrow transplant so you see why I’d get very anxious lol. Aren’t Doppler’s wonderful things, they saved me many an anxious moment where as before doppler it was heart stopping when you’d be frantically trying to find a dorsalis pedis pulse in some patients.

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