Most foot problems that people with diabetes face arise from two serious complications of the disease: nerve damage and poor circulation. The lack of feeling and poor blood flow can allow a small blister to progress to a serious infection in a matter of days. The consequences can range from hospitalization for antibiotics to amputation of a toe or foot. For people with diabetes, careful, daily inspection of the feet is essential to overall health and the prevention of damaging foot problems. This book is essentially for the residents and general duty medical officers who often encounter diabetic foot ulcers in their clinical practice and effectively manage them with bare minimum facilities. The illustrations in this book are from the authors’ exclusive and personal collections. The cover picture signifies the importannce of tender care and caring attitude in dealing with these unfortunate and poor patients.In the experience of the authors careful planning,meticulous clinical examination,proper holistic investigations and appropriate treatment will go a long way in bringing cheer and happiness to these unfortunate patients of this seemingly preventable complication of diabetes.