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Welcome to wound and foot care center

Thnaks for choosing us to be your foot and wound care specialists. Our Mission is to provide our patients, new or old, the highest quality medical and surgical care. We are passionate about the total well being of our patients and will work closely with primary care and other speciality physicians as needed. we offer effective and efficient care while offering the convenience of wound care, vascular care, neuropathic care and diabetic shoe services. It is important to us to keep our patients moving and to maintain the lifestyle that is important to them.

Dr. Morshed Uddin Akand

Bangladesh has been established to help reduce the incidence and impact of foot diseases on the lives of Bangladeshi especially living with diabetes.

Although we provide many foot care solutions, we specialize in diabetic related preventive foot care and wound care management.

We focus on educating our patients on proper foot care techniques to keep you on your feet for longer.
We are committed to serve our patients in the best way possible, no matter what your ailment may be.

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who we are
Our officers, board of directors, and staff leadership.
Why Choose Us
We lead the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fight for those affected by diabetes. We fund research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes. We deliver services to hundreds of communities. We provide objective and credible information. We give voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes.
Why we are the best
Our facilities include serviced and well maintained treatment rooms, gait analysis room, dedicated decontamination room with vacuum autoclave sterilser, minor surgery room, in-house pedorthic laboratory (orthotic & footwear), reception and comfortable waiting area.

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An estimated 550 million people will be diagnosed worldwide by 2030. Diabetes is a worldwide catastrophe currently affecting approximately 29 million people in the United States. An individual suffering from diabetes has a 1-in-4 chance of developing a wound over the course of their lifetime. Greater than 50% of all wounds become infected and approximately 20% of all infected wounds of the lower extremity lead to amputation. There are currently 6.5 million patients in the United States who require wound care on a regular basis.