The Diabetic Foot Center provides effective, timely diagnosis and treatment of foot wounds for diabetic patients. People that have diabetes often suffer from other associated medical ailments such as nerve damage and poor circulation which may cause a loss in the ability to feel pain, heat or cold, and even the sense of touch in their feet. If left untreated, foot wounds can lead to amputation, so prevention through early detection and treatment is key.
The Center’s medical care is provided by Podiatric Surgeons Dennis D’Onofrio , DPM, FACFAS (above left), and Darren Winkler, DPM (above right). The office is located at the hospital’s Turner Coe Annex, connected to the Main Tower Building at 540 Litchfield Street, Torrington, with parking behind the Memorial Building.
For more information or to make an appointment, please contact the Center at 860-496-6723.
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