Diabetic Complications

Diabetic Complications

When your body is unable to produce or use insulin, which is a hormone that allows your body to metabolize sugar into energy, it results in diabetes. This can consequently lead to high blood sugar levels, and effect your body’s ability to heal wounds. In diabetic patients, wounds tend to heal at a slower rate, and deteriorate quickly, so it is important to know the signs of infection.

Typically, feet are one of the most common places to see a diabetic injury. Research shows approximately 15 percent of people who are diabetic develop foot ulceration.

Getting Treatment

For treatment and care of Diabetic Complications, visit Wound Management Group. At the practice, our doctors are trained to address Diabetic Complications which may need extensive care. Patients can visit locations in Mission, Rio Grande City, and Harlingen, Texas.

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Serving Mission, Rio Grande City, and Harlingen, Texas.

Our Locations

We have three locations across the Rio Grande Valley to better serve you.


2009 E Griffin Pkwy,
Mission, TX 78572

Rio Grande City

2542 Central Palm Drive STE 207
Rio Grande City, TX 78582


1713 Treasure Hills Blvd Ste 2-B,
Harlingen, TX 78550