Volume 25 - Issue 8 - August 2012
The question of what age a person should be considered “young” and “old” has fascinated me throughout my 27 years of podiatric practice. I have always had a diverse range of ages in my practice, treating children as young as a few months to adults in their 90s. During my personal interactions with my patients, the topic of age seems to come up frequently. This has made me realize that our perception of age affects how we think about ourselves, how we consider our patients and how our patients consider us.
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