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Does your foot feel warm or is there soreness and pain? Do you find your foot turning red or is it swollen? As one of the complications connected to diabetes, Charcot's Foot is a result of those patients suffering from nerve damage or neuropathy. With early diagnosis as a necessary step, Charcot's Foot leads to deformities and is disabling. Charcot's disease or Charcot Foot is named after Jean-Martin Charcot who first described the disintegration as a condition that affects the joints and the ligaments. The podiatrists at Cupertino Podiatry near San Jose, California are experienced professionals who offer the right diagnosis, sound advice and professional care to see that their patients lead comfortable lifestyles and are relieved from foot and foot related problems.

Some of the early signs related to Charcot's Foot are redness, pain and swelling that can increase if the situation is ignored. Though only one foot is affected, some severe diabetic cases suffer from diabetic neuropathy or loss of sensation and may result in both the feet being affected. Diabetic foot ulcers and calluses are also another reason for Charcot's Foot. The podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic help their patients to get back to their normal lifestyles with quality care. With the inability to sense pain, patients suffering Charcot's Foot most often cannot feel pain and as a result minor traumas to the foot are neglected and are not treated on time. The podiatrists at the clinic in Cupertino deploy detailed care and render services that get to the root of the problem.


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The expert doctors at the Cupertino clinic offer quality care and sound advice to stabilize the condition and advise stabilization of the area and rest. The podiatrists at the clinic in Cupertino relieve the pressure with a fiberglass cast or total contact cast that would prevent deformity of the Charcot's Foot. The casts have to be replaced at strategic times till the feet regain the same temperature. The doctors at the clinic prescribe the precise medication with foot orthoses and specialized footwear to prevent recurrence. In severe cases surgery is recommended to reshape the foot and to realign it.

The podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic offer medical advice with early management and weight bearing should be avoided. Patients suffering from loss of sensation or neuropathy should consult with their podiatrists immediately as the condition deteriorates and the patient's quality of life is compromised. The doctors at the podiatric clinic in San Jose extend their professional with the advice that patients should stay away from situations that may worsen the condition of their feet and to check their feet periodically for swelling and any unfamiliar symptoms. The podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic involve the patients in preventive care by ensuring that the patient controls the nerve damage in the feet by keeping the blood sugar levels under check and by getting a regular check up from their health care provider. By checking both feet regularly, patients should be aware of the symptoms of Charcot's Foot and refrain from injuring their feet besides following the podiatrist's advice in order to prevent further recurrences.

The Podiatrists at the Cupertino Clinic offer Professional Care


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  Cupertino Podiatry Inc.

After earning his degree in podiatry and completing his residency, Dr. Michael Cornelison joined an existing Cupertino practice in 2000. When the other podiatrist retired in 2003, Dr. Cornelison took over the practice and formed Cupertino Podiatry, Inc.

Dr. Cornelison specializes in advanced reconstructive surgery while simultaneously dedicating himself to helping patients avoid such surgery. His practice emphasizes restoring the support and function of the foot to provide long-term relief of symptoms rather than just relieving symptoms without addressing the underlying cause. He looks for the root of the problem rather than attempting to just put a band-aid on it.

Cupertino Podiatry can also fit patients with orthotics (therapeutic footwear and inserts) to aid recovery or for long-term management. And whether you are a serious athlete or a weekend warrior, Dr. Cornelison can create a specialized sports injury treatment program to help you get back on your feet.

Dr. Cornelison has earned the prestigious 'Diamond Certified Award' based on outstanding customer satisfaction. To learn more, please visit: http://www.diamondcertified.com.

Download all our medical and patient registration forms from our
patient resources page. If you have difficulty downloading the forms, please call our office and we will send them to you. Please print, fill out, and bring the forms along with any insurance cards at the time of your visit. Please visit his website: http://www.ourdoctorstore.com/cornelison for more details.


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Monday
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Friday
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed For Lunch Noon - 2pm
 
Michael J. Cornelison, DPM, FACFAS
10353 Torre Avenue, Suite C
Cupertino, California 95014
(408) 446-5811
 
  


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