Diabetes & Foot Ulcers

Diabetes & Foot Ulcers


Foot ulcers are a common complication of diabetes that may not be managed through diet, exercise, and insulin treatment. In this webinar our experts will talk about Diabetes and foot ulcers- how to prevent and manage?


Dr. Shriraam Mahadevan
Dr. Shriraam Mahadevan

Head of Department and Professor of Endocrinology at Sri Ramachandra Medical Centre.

Dr. Shriraam Mahadevan is currently the Head of Department and Professor of Endocrinology at Sri Ramachandra Medical Centre. He has over 15 year's experience in Endocrinology. He specialised in Endocrinology (DM) at the prestigious Post-Graduate Institute (PGI), Chandigarh. He also completed his post-graduate education in Internal Medicine (DM) from the same college. He was awarded the "Honorary National Professor” by Indian Medical Association in 2015.

Dr. Robbie George
Dr. Robbie George

Head of Department, Consultant Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon at Narayana Institute of Vascular Sciences

A specialist in Vascular and endovascular surgery, Dr. Robbie George is a leading surgeon in Bangalore presently working at Narayana Health City, Bangalore. He provides both surgical and diagnostic treatment for all kinds of vascular diseases and disorders. Dr. Robbie George has been associated with Vascular and endovascular surgery for over 15 years now and worked in prestigious hospitals such as the NHS Trust hospitals in the United Kingdom. He is not only an excellent surgeon in his field but is also a guide and trainer to aspiring vascular surgeons. He is a supervisor at the National Board of examinations for the super specialization degree in vascular surgery and is involved in training surgeons in peripheral endovascular and venous procedures and techniques along with the placement of aortic stent grafts.

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