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Empowering people with diabetic foot disease, their carers and families with knowledge and pathways to healing

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Why your feet matter

Find out why looking after your feet is important to your overall wellbeing

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Caring for your feet

Easy steps you can take to look after your feet

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Join a Clinical Trial

DFA is establishing the nation’s first National Diabetic Foot Wound specific Clinical Trials Network. You can register your interest in participating in potentially life-saving research projects

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We are here to help you…

Diabetic Foot Australia brings together Health Care experts from a range of specialised fields to offer a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of Diabetic Foot disease.

We are Australia’s key advocate for multidisciplinary support for people with diabetic foot disease across Australia.

We are here to help you and to support your health professional deliver a gold standard of care.

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News For Patients

Australian Diabetes-Related Foot Disease Strategy 2018-2022

Posted: September 19, 2017

Introducing the “Australian Diabetes-Related Foot Disease Strategy 2018-2022” One of DFA’s key activities to achieve its goal and objectives is the establishment of a national strategy to guide Australia’s efforts toward reducing the burden of diabetes-related foot disease (DFD) in this…

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‘What’s New in DFU’ Brisbane – last chance to register!

Posted: July 20, 2017

Following the successful 2016 sold out event, Diabetic Foot Australia invites you to next Tuesday’s exclusive evening to hear ‘What’s new in DFU’ from the world’s best in diabetic foot disease research, clinical treatment and technology in Brisbane. Renowned international researcher,…

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Diabetes Week 2017: DFA’s National Plan to end avoidable amputations within a generation

Posted: July 13, 2017

DFA was established in 2015 with the goal of “Ending avoidable amputations in a generation”. In the last two years, we have not only showcased the problem in Australia, but have also developed a plan to tackle the burden of diabetic foot…

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Diabetes Week 2017 – DFA guides you through this year’s research in diabetic foot disease

Posted: July 11, 2017

Keeping track of what’s out there and finding the time to read it seems a near impossible job at times. So DFA is “guiding you through” the most important scientific & clinical developments in diabetic foot disease between Diabetes Week…

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