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Chris relocates to his new home.
We have to change his intro on the show...from ..."and on the line from South Texas" to..."and on the line from Utah". WooHoo...only 6 hours away from our Las Vegas studio by car, rather than 26 hours.
Dr. Denise Tropea
Listen to today's show to hear Mike Arguello's story
Also, hear it in his own words from
our Nov 27, 2006 Show # 11, called Reality Check
Amputations, Heart Transplant, Dialysis and more
The poster child for all that can go wrong with uncontrolled Diabetes
On today’s show we welcome, live in studio, Podiatrist, Dr Denise Tropea.
Dr. Tropea is a Board Certified Podiatrist and foot surgeon, with a special interest in Diabetic foot care and wound care.
Taking care of your feet is extremely important with Diabetes. It doesn't matter whether you have Type One or Type Two, foot care is a critical part of your Diabetes wellness.
Dr. Tropea gives us the information we need to avoid the complications that can lead to serious foot problems like neuropathy, and even amputation.
About Dr Denise Tropea
Graduated Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in 1991
Completed a 2-year residency in Salt Lake City
Board Certified in foot surgery
Private practice since 1993 in Las Vegas
Special interest in diabetic foot care and wound care.
Member of Summerlin Lions Club and the LEAP Alliance, a non-profit organization to increase awareness of the complications of Diabetes in the community.
Dr. Tropea is passionate about educating people on being proactive about their health. It is imperative to be ambassadors of our health, to regain and maintain it to the best of our ability .
She is married and has 2 daughters, who are 22 and 16 years old.
Her interests are hiking, reading, and teaching yoga.
Chris Moore's Mother. Listen to today's show to hear her story.
Two very important and very loved members of the DiabetesPowerShow Family suffered from the ravages of uncontrolled Diabetes. Both of these fine people would be happy that their stories might be a cautionary tale, and inspire other people with Diabetes to take charge of their disease process.
May they both rest in peace