The University of Michigan Podiatry Clinic at Domino's Farms offers full-service foot care for adults, specializing in problems associated with the diabetic foot.
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Physical therapy is a subspecialty field of medicine that maximizes movement and function for people who have either a permanent or temporary loss of mobility. Physical therapists help to improve patients’ quality of life by working to decrease pain while restoring strength and function. Physical therapy is also used to prevent injuries by teaching people how to move properly.
At the U-M Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology & Diabetes, we are committed to preventing, treating, and curing all forms of diabetes through patient care and advanced research. Our comprehensive clinic allows patients with diabetes, diabetes complications and other hormone-related issues to receive state-of-the-art care and the option of participating in local and national diabetes research studies.
The difference between peripheral artery disease or PAD (sometimes called peripheral vascular disease) and heart disease is that the blockages are outside your heart, usually in the legs. The University of Michigan’s Peripheral Arterial Disease Program brings together a multidisciplinary team of physicians to create a treatment plan tailored to your needs.