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About Diabetic foot ulcer

A diabetic foot ulcer is an open wound or sore that occurs as a result of poorly controlled diabetes. Diabetic foot ulcers are quite common. 1 in every 10 people with diabetes end up having foot ulcers. Even mundane things like a new pair of shoes or minor injuries to the foot can lead to the development of foot ulcers.



Diabetic foot ulcer in different languages:

Diabetic foot ulcer in Hindi: डायबिटिक फुट अल्सर

Diabetic foot ulcer in Marathi: मधुमेही पायाचे व्रण

Diabetic foot ulcer in Telugu: డయాబెటిక్ ఫుట్ అల్సర్

Diabetic foot ulcer in Tamil: நீரிழிவு கால் புண்

Diabetic foot ulcer in Malayalam: പ്രമേഹ കാലിലെ അൾസർ

Diabetic foot ulcer stages:

Grade 0- Intact Skin

Grade 1- Superficial skin ulcer or Subcutaneous tissue

Grade 2- Extension of the ulcers into the tendon, bone, and capsule

Grade 3- Deep ulcer with osteomyelitis or abscess

Grade 4- Partial foot gangrene

Grade 5- Whole foot gangrene

ICD-10 code for diabetic foot ulcer:

ICD-10 for type 2 diabetes mellitus - E11

ICD-10 for diabetes mellitus - E08-E13

Foods to avoid with diabetic foot ulcers:




Carrots Broccoli

Complications of untreated diabetic foot ulcer:


Charcot's foot

Nail disorders

Dry, cracked skin

Corns and calluses

Bone and joint deformity

Hammertoes and bunions

Why Pristyn Care for diabetic foot ulcer treatment?

Highly experienced vascular surgeons

Flexible payment options

Assistance in insurance claim

USFDA-approved treatments

Free-follow up consultation

Free transportation on the day of the surgery

Diabetic foot ulcer early signs:

Skin discoloration around the toenails

Minor cuts, blisters, calluses, or sores

Fluid or pus discharge

Swelling and redness


  • Poor Circulation
  • High Blood Sugar (hyperglycemia)
  • Nerve damage
  • Hypertension
  • Venous insufficiency


  • Swelling, discoloration, and warmth around the wound
  • Foul-smelling discharge seeping from the wound
  • Pain and firmness when the wound is touched
  • Callused or thickened skin surrounding the ulcer
  • Fever and chills in advanced stages of foot ulcers


Checking the ankle with infection for confirming Diabetic Foot Ulcers


To diagnose the seriousness of the diabetic foot ulcer, your doctor may conduct a series of examinations. The doctor may want to know about your medical history and will conduct a physical examination to look for scratches, cuts and blisters. The doctor may feel your pulse to evaluate the blood flow to your feet. In addition to the physical exam, your doctor may also recommend X-rays to look for any misalignments in the feet due to decreased bone mass. MRI scans may also be conducted to get an idea about the extent of damage caused by the ulcer and if signs of any infection are seen, blood tests may be recommended.



Debridement is a procedure to treat wounds in the skin. In this procedure, a sharp tool or a scalpel is used to remove the dead tissue or infected skin tissues from the ulcerated foot. After the procedure, the wound is covered with a sterile bandage and the bandage is replaced daily. Ointments can also be used to hasten the healing process.

Infection Control

Foot ulcers are prone to infections. For infection prevention and control, your doctor may prescribe antibiotics like cephalexin, amoxicillin, moxifloxacin or clindamycin. These work against bacteria like staphylococcus aureus, β-hemolytic streptococci, Enterobacteriaceae, etc which are likely to cause infections in the ulcers.

Vascular Surgeries

Since one of the major causes of diabetic foot ulcers is narrowing of arteries and poor blood circulation, surgery may be required to increase the flow of blood.

Atherectomy is the surgical procedure used for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers caused due to peripheral artery disease. In this procedure, plaque consisting of fat, cholesterol and calcium is removed from the artery, thereby making the artery wider. Wider arteries have better blood circulation. The plaque is removed by shaving or vaporizing using small rotating blades at the end of a catheter or by using laser energy.

The procedure is performed under the influence of general or regional anesthesia, depending upon your medical history. Sometimes, after atherectomy, balloon angioplasty may be performed. In Balloon Angioplasty, a stent is inserted into the blood vessel to keep it open.

If you have advanced blockage in the artery, gangrene, or open sores in the foot, your doctor may perform leg bypass instead of balloon angioplasty. Leg bypass allows the creation of a new route so that the blood can travel around the blocked artery and proper blood flow to the foot can be maintained.

In our Doctor’s Words

Dr Maunil Bhutta

MBBS, MD (Radio Diagnosis), DNB, FENI

8 Years Experience Overall

In our Doctor’s Words

A Diabetic Foot Ulcer is extremely common and happens in at least 1 of every 10 diabetic patients. The reason is the slowed healing in diabetic patients. However, if the ulcer persists, I suggest you seek immediate medical help because delay in the treatment can lead to unwanted abscess, infections, foot deformities and may demand amputation in cases of gangrene. Therefore, if you are a diabetic patient and your wound refuses to heal/ appears ulcer, please do not wait until it severes or crosses your pain limit. This will serve no benefit and only complicate the treatment and risk amputation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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The best treatment for Diabetic Foot Ulcers in Pune only at Pristyn Care

A diabetic foot ulcer is a very common condition that affects nearly 10 percent of diabetes patients. In many cases, it is seen that people do not seek proper medical advice even after the symptoms of diabetic foot ulcers surface. This happens due to the jam-packed schedules of the people wherein they are always trying to maintain their work-life and personal life balance. This delay in consulting doctors often leads to serious complications. Fortunately, now people in Pune do not need to experience the pain and discomfort of diabetic foot ulcers as Pristyn Care is now present in Pune with its team of highly-skilled doctors and surgeons. You just need to give us a call and your appointment will be booked according to your convenience. With a number of Pristyn Care clinics now available across Pune, you won’t even have to travel much and you can receive the best treatment for diabetic foot ulcers at the clinic nearest to you.

Pristyn Care in Pune offers the most effective vascular surgeries for Diabetic Foot Ulcers

If in your case, vascular surgery is required for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers, Atherectomy followed by Balloon Angioplasty is the best and most effective option available. Both of these procedures are minimally invasive. In Pune, both Atherectomy and Balloon Angioplasty are available at Pristyn Care. We have a team of experienced and trained vascular surgeons who can perform the surgery. So contact us right away and undergo vascular surgery to say goodbye to diabetic foot ulcers once and for all. Call us now and book your appointment with one of our surgeons.

Why choose Pristyn Care for diabetic foot ulcer procedure in Pune? 

Pristyn Care is associated with a few of the best healthcare institutions and renowned hospitals in Pune. Our hospitals facilitate modern infrastructure and advanced facilities that ensure a seamless patient experience. We provide daycare surgeries for diabetic foot ulcers, which means the patient can go home on the same day of surgery. Some of the benefits of choosing Pristyn Care are –

  • Highly experienced vascular surgeon- Our team of vascular surgeons is highly experienced and certified to perform advanced diabetic foot ulcer surgeries for a very high success rate. Our vascular surgeons guide each patient through the procedure of diabetic foot ulcers prior to the surgery to avoid several risks and complications involved during the surgery.
  • Personal Care Buddy- Pristyn Care has a unique concept of a ‘personal care buddy’ who is present with the patient on the day of the surgery. The personal care buddy handles all the paperwork and miscellaneous formalities from admission to the hospital till discharge.
  • Insurance approval- Pristyn Care assists with the insurance approval for diabetic foot ulcers. However, the insurance approval depends on the type of your insurance policy and the terms and conditions set by the insurance provider.
  • Flexible payment options- Pristyn Care offers several payment options for the procedure. We offer a 30% discount on the diagnostic test. Pristyn Care accepts credit cards and cash payments for diabetic foot ulcers and offers treatment at zero cost EMI.
  • Free pick-up and drop facility- Pristyn Care provides free cab services for pick-up and drop-off to each patient within the city on the day of diabetic foot ulcer surgery.
  • Free follow-up consultation- Recovery is an essential part of the treatment. Pristyn Care provides free follow-up consultation along with proper diet plans to all the patients who have undergone diabetic foot ulcers for a smooth recovery process.
  • COVID-19 safe environment – Pristyn Care ensures proper sanitization of all the OTs and clinics before each surgery to curb the spread of the COVID. It is our top priority to maintain excellent hygiene and social distancing while providing a seamless patient experience.

Book an appointment with the best vascular surgeon for diabetic foot ulcers in Pune.

Pristyn Care has some of the best vascular surgeons with years of experience and specialization in performing successful foot ulcer surgeries. All the specialists are well trained and skilled in performing advanced treatment for the best outcomes with almost no risks. You can book an appointment with the top vascular surgeons in Pune through Pristyn Care for your foot ulcer surgery in the following ways:

  • Fill out the patient form on our website A team of medical coordinators will reach out to you at the earliest and gather details from your end once the form is submitted. They will subsequently fix an appointment with the concerned vascular surgeon according to your schedule.
  • Connect directly with our medical coordinators via the contact number on our website. Our medical coordinators will connect you with the vascular surgeon near your area and book an appointment consecutively.
  • You can also book an appointment through our Pristyn Care app. Our medical coordinators will arrange an offline or online consultation with some of the best vascular surgeons near your area at the earliest via video call. A nominal consultation fee will be charged.
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