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Here are some editorial highlights from the current issue of Podiatry Management magazine.
Are You Burnt Out?
Preleasing Undeveloped Property—For Podiatry Tenants
They can be a good deal if you avoid the traps.
It’s important to know when to use each of these.
How Podiatrists Can Keep Patients in the Age of Consumerism
It’s all about providing the right experience.
Lessons Learned from History
There are interesting stories behind the names of instruments and procedures.
Rediscovering the Rationale for Orthotic Dispensing
It’s important to understand why these devices are prescribed.
How Billing Can Turn Hardship into Prosperity
Poor billing management can result in the loss of financial opportunities, or even financial distress.
The Employment Agreement—Part 1
Due diligence before saying “I do”.
The Birth of Podiatric Sports Medicine: The Academy and Now Board Certification
A number of important figures present and past have made possible the new podiatric sports medicine certification.
Turning Lean Times into Good Times
7 ways to survive and grow in any economy.
Podiatrists—and Patients—Give Thumbs Up to 3D Orthotics
Go 4-D provides an easy and affordable way to adopt 3D printing for custom orthotics.
Pearls for the Orthotic Management of Athletes
These device modifications can improve patient outcomes.
Emerging Orthotic and Footwear Technologies
Highly accessible scanners, 3D-printed custom orthotics, mass footwear customization, and personalized insoles will change the way podiatry is practiced.
Charting and Controlled Substances—A Primer
Proper documentation is the key to protecting you.
What You Need to Know About Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)
These devices have the potential to change healthcare.
Future Star: Laura Shin, DPM, PhD
This young practitioner has a true love of academia.
Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Fit Feet Program: Melding Newly-Learned Clinical Skills with Practical Experience
Here’s a unique biomechanical template for podiatric medical education and practice.
The Incidence and Significance of Forefoot Varus
Research affirms the principles of Richard O. Schuster, DPM.
Who’s Responsible When a Lab Has a Data Breach?
Surprisingly, in terms of informing patients, you are!
An Informed Patient Is a Happy Patient
Providing education is the key to improved patient satisfaction.
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