From diabetes to athletics: foot care matters

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Dr. Alex M. Stewart is a Podiatrist and Certified Surgeon with Maricopa Foot and Ankle.

Dr. Alex M. Stewart of the Maricopa Foot and Ankle Center is a Certified Specialist and recognized by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from Midwestern University and completed his residency at the University of Texas at San Antonio Health Sciences Center in its Department of Orthopedics.

Dr. Stewart’s extensive training and current practice focuses on foot and ankle trauma, diabetes care, reconstructive surgery and sports medicine. As a former college baseball player and avid golfer, Dr. Stewart can relate to athletes of all ages and performance levels.

Dr Stewart has been with Maricopa Foot and Ankle for nine years and has experience treating everything from minor ailments to major trauma.

Do you or a loved one suffer from diabetes?
Diabetes can have a wide range of effects on the body. Ranging from eye problems, kidney problems to circulatory problems and nerve pain. It is very important to monitor your blood sugar and manage your diabetes properly to avoid complications.

The American Diabetes Association recommends an assessment every six months.

We offer a wide range of treatments for our diabetic patients, including diabetes management, neuropathy care, wound care and nail care.

Did you know that Medicare has special benefits for most diabetic patients?
For most diabetic patients, Medicare will cover nail trimming every nine weeks in our office.

Medicare will also cover one pair of diabetic shoes and personalized protective inserts per year. Fortunately, there are many stylish shoe options to choose from. Make sure to use your benefits before they expire.

If your loved one has diabetes, give us a call. Maricopa Foot and Ankle is open daily and we can often book same day appointments.

520-494-1090
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This sponsored content was first published in December edition of InMaricopa magazine.


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