Diabetic neuropathy is one of the most important factors for foot ulceration in diabetes mellitus (DM) patients. Among different sensibility measures of neuropathy, two-point discrimination (TPD) has been suggested as a reliable method; however, the correlation of TPD with other well-known measures is not known. We measured the loss of protective sensation using Semmes-Weinstein Monofilaments (SWMF), hardness of the foot sole using shore meter (sh), power ratio (PR) using pedopowergraph and TPD using esthesiometer in foot areas of both left and right legs in 14 DM subjects. We have found no correlation either between TPD and shore values (sh) or between TPD and PR. The SWMF (10 g) is found not to provide any additional value in measuring loss of sensation in comparison to TPD. The TPD appears to be measuring different property of the foot compared to other measures. The mechanism of this independence is not well understood and more investigation is required to understand the mechanism.