Do you qualify for foot exams?

Do you qualify for an annual foot exam?

“Routine” foot care means toenail clipping and the removal of corns and calluses, which is not considered for an annual foot exam. However, your insurance may cover these in specific circumstances. It depends on what your insurance considers medically necessary. For example: If you have foot problems that are caused by conditions such as diabetes, … Continued

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Foot Wound Care

6 Tips For Foot Wound Care

No matter how careful you try to be as you go through life, minor cuts, scrapes, bruises, and sometimes even more serious wounds do happen. When the injury occurs on your toes, feet, ankles, or legs, it can be especially painful and hard to heal. That’s why proper care and treatment for a foot wound … Continued

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Lifestyle Program

Achieve Optimal Health, Your Ideal Body Weight, And Reverse Pre-Existing Conditions

Are you ready to achieve optimal health and finally shed that extra weight or reverse the pre-existing conditions that are so dangerous to your health? Don’t wait any longer. Our Lifestyle Modification Program starts on February 24th! With the Lifestyle Modification program, our team of physicians and registered dietitians are committed to helping you achieve … Continued

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Diabetic Foot

Diabetes and Foot Problems

Did you know, worldwide over 425 million people suffer from complications of diabetes? In a non-diabetic, insulin facilitates the movement of glucose from the blood to the liver, muscle or fat cells for storage and energy. In type 2 diabetics, insulin cannot properly bind to transport glucose. In type 1 diabetics, the pancreas doesn’t produce … Continued

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New Travel Requirements

US to Require COVID-19 Testing for Travel

It’s official — for the first time since the start of the pandemic, the US will introduce a consistent testing protocol for travelers. Effective Jan. 26, anyone flying into the United States from another country will need to show proof they have tested negative for the coronavirus. Here are some frequently asked questions to help … Continued

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Vaccine supply issues

Why hasn’t the U.S. made more progress on the vaccinations?

It’s been weeks since the COVID-19 vaccines began arriving at hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies. Operation Warp Speed—the U.S. vaccination development, testing, and distribution effort—had made 20 million vaccine doses available by the end of 2020. Yet the U.S. is only approaching 5.5 million vaccines administered so far. For a closer look at the state of … Continued

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