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Highlights From The September 2018 Issue
Here are some editorial highlights from the current issue of Podiatry Management magazine.
Best Practices for Patient Portals
The key is convincing patients to embrace practice portals.
Orthotic Prescribing Update
These tips will help improve patient outcomes.
Are You Prepared for a Data Breach?
It’s no longer a matter of if, but more a matter of when.
APMA Faces Today’s Challenges
A candid discussion with Jim Christina, DPM
The Modification and Enhancement of Foot Orthoses
The concepts of Richard O Schuster, DPM stand a world apart from Rootian Theory.
The Advantages of Pressure Analysis and Its Use in Orthotic Evaluation
Are you utilizing this useful tool?
Podiatry’s Continuing Identity Crisis
15 Ways to Improve Your Practice
Here are a few things learned after 25 years in the trenches.
Swing Time: Podiatric Management in Golf
Applying traditional biomechanical concepts to this popular sport will help you to treat golfers more effectively.
Firing Squad Protocol
Discharging an employee is never easy, but it’s vital to follow the do’s and don’t’s.
A Readiness Strategy for Retirement
Try this experiment to see how you would fare.
Living on the Edge: The Biomechanics of Power Skating
There are some very specific overuse injury patterns seen in the ice hockey population.
Reimbursement Issues with Custom Milled Inserts (K0903)
This seemingly never-ending saga continues.
Providing Nail Care Outside the Office
Do not assume that just because a patient is in the hospital, nail care is automatically covered.
Creating a Successful Orthotic Recall Program
This seven-step program will help you keep these patients compliant and returning, and will facilitate patient-to-patient referrals.
A Quick Look at Running Injuries
Look for these common conditions in runners and joggers.
Winter Sports Medicine and the Podiatrist
Alpine and Cross Country Skiing and Snowboarding are all sports with which DPM’s should be familiar.
MRI Contrast: A Public Service Announcement
Warning: Don’t give gadolinium to patients with renal disease.
Key Performance Indicators for a Thriving Podiatric Practice
Monitoring these benchmarks is critical to good management.
Little All Stars: Sports Injuries in Young Athletes Can Be Complicated
Taking a comprehensive approach is best.
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