Taking steps to improve the patient experience, studying data and analytics, and making smart choices with regarding to health-care technology are among the ways practices can increase their efficiency.
Intended for homologous use in the treatment acute and chronic wounds, EpiFix allografts may be stored at ambient conditions for up to 5 years and are available in a variety of sizes. Explore the use of EpiFix® in your wound treatment applications.
Proprietary design addresses the insole issue: Rigid insoles do not allow the arch to move downward enough to fully handle the shock of a foot strike. Soft insoles collapse under pressure and cannot prevent the arch from flattening. Custom orthotics are designed to fit the patient’s flawed foot rather than make the foot healthy.
Using proper footwear and having one’s feet checked by a podiatrist at least annually are important ways to reduce the risk of falls.
APMA has an infographic for the public that members may share with patients. Be sure to check out the one is for podiatrists, too. Find more resources you can use to raise awareness about falls prevention at NCOA.org.
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