Vascular Assessment

Do you have good blood flow to the toe? Do you have pain in the foot and lower leg, pain when walking a certain distance, history of smoking, and/or pain while lying flat at night? Let our team utilize the latest technology to determine whether you have adequate blood flow going to the foot and toes!

Adequate blood flow to the foot and toe is crucial to support tissue requirements, and reduce the risk of a diabetic foot ulcer. Also, adequate return blood flow out of the foot and lower leg is crucial, reducing risk of a venous leg ulcer.

Neuropathy Assessment

Do you have adequate sensation of the foot? Do you suffer from burning sensations of the foot, tingling feet, cramping of the toes, and unable to sleep at night? Let our team establish your level of sensation at multiple locations of the foot with various mapping techniques!

Adequate sensation to the foot and toe acts as a protective measure and reduces the risk of a diabetic foot ulcer.

Deformity Assessment

Do your feet hurt? Do you have calluses? Is there a bone that looks like it should not be there? Let our team establish your personal foot’s blueprint through examination, imaging, and gait analysis!

Areas of increased pressure to the foot because of a bony deformity lead to an increased risk of callus formation, tissue breakdown, and risk of developing a diabetic foot ulcer (wound).

Wound Care

Do you have an open sore on the foot or lower leg? Is your current treatment not effective? Let us classify your wound and initiate a weekly treatment regimen tailored specifically for you!

  1. Diabetic foot Ulcers (DFUs): Ulcer (wound) cleansing, weekly sharp debridement, dressing management, and offloading to promote timely healing
  2. Venous Leg Ulcers (VLUs): Ulcer (wound) cleansing, weekly sharp debridement, dressing management, and multilayer compressive therapy to promote timely healing

Surgical Management

  1. Incision and Drainage of the infected diabetic foot
  2. Operative debridement of dead tissue on the diabetic foot
  3. Amputations of the lower extremity secondary to infection and/or poor blood flow
  4. Surgical decompression (removal) of bony prominences in an attempt to reduce pressure and subsequent diabetic foot ulcers (wound)

Limb Preservation Platform, Inc. (LPP)

Interested in cutting edge technology? See if your foot or lower leg ailment makes you a candidate to participate in a clinical study today! We are currently seeking patients with the following conditions:

  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers
  • Venous Leg Ulcers
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Bunions

If you qualify, you may receive compensation for your time and travel.  For more information, please visit LPP Research.

An estimated 550 million people will be diagnosed worldwide by 2030.
Diabetes is a worldwide catastrophe currently affecting approximately 29 million people in the United States.
An individual suffering from diabetes has a 1-in-4 chance of developing a wound over the course of their lifetime.
Greater than 50% of all wounds become infected and approximately 20% of all infected wounds of the lower extremity lead to amputation.
There are currently 6.5 million patients in the United States who require wound care on a regular basis.