Charcot (Diabetic) Foot
Charcot foot is a critical foot problem that may develop due to poor circulation and nerve damage. This condition may deform the shape of the foot and lead to disability. Initial symptoms often go unnoticed until more structural symptoms start to present themselves.
Symptoms of charcot foot or joint are:
- Mild to severe swelling
- Joint effusion
- Bone resorption
- Loss of sensation.
Dr Slater utilises the latest techniques to manage conditions of the foot and ankle. His aim is to explore non-operative techniques in the first instance, or when necessary provide joint preserving minimally invasive surgical options.