Guidelines published in late 2010 stress the crucial role that physical activity plays in the management of Type 2 diabetes.

Exercise is important and you should not let foot pain slow down your exercise program. The physicians at Foot and Ankle Associates of North Texas encourage our diabetics to exercise. Exercise can help you reach your goals, along with better shoe gear, functional foot orthotics and even physical therapy to get you on the road to better diabetes control! Do not use foot pain as an excuse not to exercise, contact us and get started today! The guidelines are crystal clear on the importance of regular exercise!

Developed by a panel of 9 experts, new guidelines are published concurrently in the December issue of Medicine & Science in Sports Exercise and Diabetes Care.

The entire article is in our library, just click here.


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1 Comments
I always think that exercise is very good for everyone. You just have to choose and do the right movement in your exercise. Talking with your doctor first is always a great idea.
by Blaine August 22, 2011 at 08:11 PM
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