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Do not be a victim of a Diabetic Foot Ulcer!

The bad news: -
  • Currently there are nearly 4 million sufferers from diabetes in the UK.

  • 10-15% of those sufferers will develop a diabetic foot ulcer.

  • Nearly HALF of those with an ulcer will not survive more than 5 Years.

  • At present over 80,000 people in the UK have a diabetic foot ulcer.

  • A foot ulcer can appear healed but it's really only remission.

  • Over 130 amputations take place EVERY WEEK in the UK, most preceded by an ulcer.

  • Half of the above will survive less than 2 years - the average being less than 5 years.

  • Nearly half of those with a foot ulcer are clinically depressed.

The Good News: -

  • You do not need to be included in the above statistics.

  • Liqua Care is the first ever prophylactic device accepted by the NHS for prescription issue.

  • Liqua Care was accepted for prescription based on hard, clinical facts.

  • Clinical trials have proved beyond doubt that Liqua Care do prevent foot ulcers.

  • Liqua Care is available on prescription NOW. Contact your District Nurse, Podiatrist or Doctor.

Liqua Care Insoles

Now available Free on presecription
to NHS registered diabetes sufferers.

How They Work

On Prescription




NEW Clinical Article.
Liqua Care in The Diabet Foot Journal.

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