Managing diabetes is difficult. A chronic disease that is often times incurable,
those who suffer face a great many challenges that are unique to the disease,
including but not limited to nerve pain and wounds on lower extremities.
Proper management of diabetic symptoms can prevent these complications
from occurring, but once they have occurred, they can be managed in a
vast number of ways.
To learn more about preventing and managing diabetic nerve pain and lower
extremity wounds, please join
Dr. Daniel T. Hall IV, DPM, a board certified foot and ankle surgeon with several published articles
on reconstructive foot and ankle surgery techniques and post-operative
care in the diabetic population. He’s also the co-founder of Louisiana
Foot and Ankle Specialists in Lake Charles, Louisiana and is on staff
at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital where he serves as the Surgical Section Chief.
Born and raised in a small rural town in southern Indiana, Dr. Hall completed
his undergraduate degree at Indiana University and his doctorate at William
M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University.
He followed this with a residency at South Miami Hospital of Baptist Health
in Miami, Florida where he served as chief resident.
On the Right Foot: Managing Diabetic Nerve Damage and Wound Care, is a free seminar being held at 12 noon on Friday, March 23, in the Shearman
Conference Center at Memorial Hospital on Oak Park Boulevard. Light lunch
will be provided, and reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance.
For more information or to make a reservation, please visit
lcmh.com/seminar or call (337) 494-2936. You can also watch the event live online by visiting