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ACUTE FOOT PROBLEMS DISCUSSED BY A PODIATRIST

Dr. Daniel Waldman has been practicing podiatry at Blue Ridge Foot Centers. Over the years, Waldman says, he has transitioned to focus on “taking care of the more acute problems,” generally referring more complicated issues such as chronic diabetic ulcerations of the feet or complex orthopedic problems to larger group practices.
 
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Dr. Daniel Waldman (photo: Virgina Daffron)
 
 
Heel pain, Waldman says, tops the list of the most common conditions he sees, followed by “fractures, ingrown toenails, warts, and quite a bit of dermatology.” This time of year, as people follow through on New Year’s resolutions to get into shape, “They have great intentions to get out there and run or start working out, but then their foot problem happens. That can be a setback, so I look at myself as part of the team that can help keep the patient active,” he explains.
 
Source: Virginia Daffron, Mountain Xpress [2/2/19]  
 
Courtesy of Barry Block, editor of PM News.
 
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