Charcot Foot (pronounced “sharko” foot) is the term used to
describe the softening of the bones in your feet.
trauma (like a severe bang, a sprain or crushing action, or
even a minor repetitive trauma, like going for a walk), the softening of the bones can lead
fractures and deformities, like a collapsed arch.
Charcot foot is usually a result of
severe diabetes and patients with diabetic neuropathy (lack
of sensation) in the foot.
Because of neuropathy, the pain of an injury often goes
unnoticed and the patient continues to walk, making the
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