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Charcot Foot

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Aug 23, 2019.

  1. admin

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    Husband was diagnosed with Charcot foot disorder. He's waiting to get his CROW boot. His foot is very swollen but no redness in the foot or ankle. I'm wondering if his doctor misdiagnosed him. What I was reading online the foot with Charcot is swollen, red and warm to the touch. Anyone here that has Charcot foot and your foot is not red and warm to the touch?

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