Diabetic foot care treatment online/In-person | Best Diabetic foot care Doctor

  • Affordable & best treatment by top-rated Health coaches/doctors
  • Online Diabetic foot care consultation for patients starting At 500 Rs.
  • Treatment for Diabetic foot care via Virtual care, Mobile tracking, teleconsultations, and in-person available 24/7.

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A New Model For Diabetic Foot Care

Prevent diabetes online/offline with regular virtual check-ins & consultations

Real-time plan

Diabetes Mantra members are connected with a professional doctor for a personalized plan created for them according to their symptoms and infection level.

Continuous Remote Medical Care

Diabetes Mantra coaches are available virtually and in-person to provide care, whenever and wherever patients need it. Our best doctors help prevent Diabetic foot complications with necessary treatment.

A specialized team of experts

Diabetes Mantra has a team of experts who are committed to the field of foot care and provides the best treatment. A lot of patients have recovered the conditions of their feet with the help of our expertise.

The world’s best diabetes clinic in your pocket

Our medical providers and health coaches are available on a near real-time basis through an easy-to-use mobile application. Our advancements in technology and data science enable expert care and personalized care plans for all of our patients.

How it Works


Sign up for your Diabetic foot care Program

Complete a simple 5-minute online application to enroll yourself in the Diabetic foot care program.


Meet your care team

We’ll connect you with a Mantra health coach  who will be available 24/7 to you via call or chat or in-person.

connect to our Mobile app

Connect to our app

Follow suggestions provided by the app and your coach to prevent diabetes. Track your progress in the app.

About Diabetic foot care

Foot problems are a prone issue in people with diabetes. Diabetes can be dangerous to your feet as diabetes causes blood circulation problems (peripheral vascular diseases) and damages nerves (diabetic neuropathy). Because of these problems, you may not notice any blisters or soreness in your feet. Therefore, a tiny cut can result in ulcers and other serious infections, which are hard to heal.

Symptoms of Diabetic foot problem

It’s important to recognize symptoms of diabetic foot problems early, they are-

  • Increased temperature of feet
  • Loss of sensation or numbness in your feet.
  • Ingrown toenails and infection between toenails
  • Dry cracks in the skin, or change in color of feet skin
  • Open sores that are draining and are very slow to heal

Foot care for people with diabetes

Controlling your diabetes can help you in maintaining foot health. It’s important to take care of tiny blisters in your feet before they become serious complications. Here are some precautions to take to care of your foot.

  • Keep your diabetes in control. Talk to your doctor about your diet plan, exercise routine, to keep your blood sugar level in the range.
  • Always wear comfortable shoes. Do not wear fancy sandals that can hurt your foot, even around the house. Do not walk barefoot.
  • Inspect your feet daily for any cuts, sores, blisters, or numbness. If your blood flow is abnormal, then keep a closer look at your feet.
  • Use lotion to remove dry cracks from your feet. Keep them moist.
  • Don’t forget to wash your feet with warm water every day. Especially between your toes, use a clean towel to soak your feet.
  • Cut your nails carefully.
  • Always go to your doctor in case of corns and calluses. Do not treat them yourself.

Tests and Diagnosis

A foot examination

Regular foot examination to check any early symptoms of diabetic foot problems is done at Diabetes Mantra.


Doppler test uses ultrasound waves to check the blood flow in blood vessels. Ischaemia is detected through the Doppler test.

Foot pressure distribution measurement

Foot pressure distribution measurement is used in measuring the pressure in regions of the foot that have higher chances of developing calluses and ulcers. This instrument helps in redistributing the pressure equally in all the parts of the feet.

Meet the best diabetes doctor

DiabetesMantra doctors/ experts treat diabetes through a combination of a healthy diet, exercise, and medication. Our diabetes treatment experience is a better traditional in-person approach in multiple ways

Dedicated health coach

Daily support and answers to Diabetes questions are just a message away

Continuous medical supervision

Physician-led care team monitors your Diabetes continuously via the app

Patient community

A private, opt-in forum for support from others suffering from Diabetes

Expert care anywhere anytime

DiabetesMantra is 100% online—no waiting rooms, just on-demand care

No carbs restriction

We change what you eat, not how much you eat. Your diabetes treatment happens without starving or fasting.

Less diabetes medication

DiabetesMantra’s nutrition therapy normalizes blood sugar, which reduces your need for medication for diabetes treatment

Personalized fitness regime

Fitness regimen, Food preferences & medications—we individualize and design for flexibility to ensure long-term health.

Avoid Diabetes Surgery

Bariatric surgery can reverse diabetes but is very risky and expensive. We reverse diabetes without surgery.

10,000+ Happy Customers From the world

Our patientse are redefining success

“I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes at young age. DiabetesMantra played a pivotal role in my diabetes reversal. They have excellent doctors / health coaches who tracked my symptoms, designed my diet, advised exercise and medications. I couldn’t have asked for a better diabetes treatment.”

Nitin Batra

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