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If you’re living with diabetes and have shooting, burning, pins and needles pain in your feet or hands, Step On Up may offer some steps you may want to take. Learn More

Assess Your Pain

Do you experience shooting, burning pain in your feet and hands?

Assess Your Pain

About Step On Up

Step On Up is a program developed by Pfizer in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association to encourage people living with diabetes and experiencing shooting, burning, or stabbing pain in their feet or hands to talk to their doctor about their pain. If you are experiencing this type of pain and have diabetes, it could be due to nerve damage. Nerve damage caused by diabetes can lead to pain, called diabetic nerve pain. This is a real condition that affects 1 in 5 people living with diabetes. If you think you might have diabetic nerve pain, complete our Diabetic Nerve Pain Assessment and schedule time to discuss the answers with your doctor. We hope after reading some of the material you find here on this site, you will be encouraged to Step On Up and have a real conversation with your doctor about your diabetic nerve pain.

 

Importance of Taking Action

Ignoring diabetic nerve pain won’t make it go away. Learn why it’s important to talk to your doctor about your symptoms.

 

Talk to Your Doctor

Step On Up

If you have diabetes and shooting, burning pain in your feet or hands, Step On Up and talk to your doctor about your pain.

 

Get the Facts & Stats on Diabetic Nerve Pain

Learn more about the impact diabetic nerve pain is having on US citizens, and check out the results of the survey here.

A Collaboration between the American Diabetes Association and Pfizer