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  • January 2003 | Volume 16 - Issue 1
    By John McCord, DPM
    2,803 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    There’s an old Chinese curse that goes, “May you live in interesting times.” The past four months have been very interesting in the business segment of my practice. Curse is a good description of my situation. I returned from a short vacation the first week of July. My office manager said, “I’ve got some bad news. You better sit down.” I immediately feared something had happened to one of my patients. To my relief, it was only my computer. It had crashed big time. Amy explained the screen showed an error message when she logged on the previous day. She looked up a patient file. T... continue reading
    Having a better knowledge of nutriceuticals can help you improve your patients’ overall health and perhaps aid them in healing wounds like this.
    By John E. Hahn, DPM, ND
    15,225 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    In our profession, we do not receive extensive training in medical nutrition and its link to wound healing and the prevention of infections. Most podiatric and medical school curriculums devote only a limited amount of time to nutritional instruction for their students. Granted, podiatrists are aware of the nutritional requirements for the diabetic patients. Preoperatively, we usually work alongside an internist or primary care physician to help these patients balance their insulin and glucose levels during and after the foot surgeries. ... continue reading