Charcot foot – a condition in which the bones of the foot are weakened enough to fracture. With continued walking the foot eventually changes shape. As the disorder progresses, the joints collapse and the foot takes on an abnormal shape, such as a rocker-bottom appearance.

To prevent complications of diabetes, patients are advised to follow diabetic foot care guidelines.  Sometimes special diabetic shoes are prescribed to avoid pressure and rubbing on the feet caused by regular footwear.