Podiatry now has its own reality show stars that we can all be proud of. Last week, we featured The Toe Bro about a Canadian chiropodist. This week, learn about My Feet Are Killing Me, a show about modern podiatrists changing their patients’ lives.
What is it like to face stereotypes day in and day out? Read how this group of podiatrists are changing the narrative and becoming female role models and mentors for those who follow in their footsteps.
Thiamine deficiency is endemic in diabetics and an etiological factor in diabetic polyneuropathy. Reversing thiamine deficiency is an important therapeutic goal that has been shown to improve the symptoms associated with diabetic polyneuropathy.
Technology can greatly improve patient’s mobility. With over 54 million Americans living with a physical impairment, assistive technology can make a huge difference to a lot of people’s lives. This is an area where podiatry is making a great impact.
Jay Spector, DPM discusses how a sports medicine approach can help identify underlying pathology that will help with the success of patients looking past the present illness and more at a long-term plan to prevent recurrence.