Protecting Your Feet for the Long Run

Foot damage can be acute or chronic. Injuries are acute and dealt with immediately because of pain and the altering of mobility. This would include injuries such as a sprained ankle, a laceration or even a broken bone in the foot. However, chronic foot damage worsens over time and could lead to significant disability later in life. Taking a proactive stance toward foot health today can prevent disability in the future.

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The Importance Of A Good Bedside Manner

Bedside of a hospital bed with a laid down patient in the background

How often do you wonder about how your patients would rate your bedside manner? It is important to look at ways you can improve this vital part of your practice. Yes, your patients will have a better experience with you and will likely respond to treatment faster if your bedside manner is good, or better yet, great. Beyond that, your practice can thrive as you increase these skills.

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