Making Meetings Social

Sarah Breymeier I recently did a presentation for the American College of Podiatric Medicine regarding you can utilize social media channels like Facebook and LinkedIn to advance your career. One of the hardest parts about keeping up with social media is creating new, original content on a consistent basis. One [...]

New PressureOFF™ Insoles from PediFix® Advance the Standard of Care for DFUs

A 4th generation family of foot specialists since 1885, The PediFix Footcare Company is committed to advancing the standard of care for the management of diabetic foot ulcers and common plantar pathologies. The firm is introducing a new offloading insole that fits and functions in patient’s everyday footwear, with the [...]

I just found out “Imposter Syndrome” is a real thing.

Written by Ann Dosen According to Harvard Business Review, "imposter syndrome" is loosely defined as doubting your abilities and feeling like a fraud. It disproportionately affects high-achieving people, who find it difficult to accept their accomplishments. Normally, I’m a pretty confident person. I’m laid back; I assume everything will work [...]

I’m not doing that! I’m a doctor. | Dr. Alan Bass for PowerStep

“I’m not doing that! I’m a doctor.” I have heard that phrase too often. Many physicians believe that anything other than providing medical care to their patients is not what is in the best interest of their practice. They want to provide podiatric care and then refer those patients out [...]

Facts Tell, Stories Sell

Sarah Breymeier We've all sat in lectures that make our eyelids somehow get heavier.... and heavier... and heavier. BORING. BORING LECTURES. Right? Obviously, we can't control what the speaker is presenting, but if you are a presenter - whether it be to an audience at a meeting or your patients [...]

From the Patient to the Pathologist: What Actually Happens

Kim Rhatigan, MA, HTL (ASCP), QLS, CPHQ McClain Laboratories What is histology? What is Pathology?  When patients think of doctors, they don’t think about the pathologist and the laboratory. They think of the doctor that they visit and speak to. They think of the doctor they make an appointment to see. What most patients don’t [...]

Focus on You, Stay in Your Lane

Often I will hear physicians discussing their practices and what they "need" to bring to it in order to feel as if they are staying relevant. In the last few years some of the hot buttons have been everything from regenerative medicine to minimally invasive surgery; and let's not forget [...]

Find Yourself a Study Buddy

Quick Tips from Sarah Hopefully as we forge on after two years of pandemic stress, you are starting to feel more comfortable going to public places - and especially going to meetings that require travel! I know I have missed the on-site meeting scene as well as my "travel buddies" [...]

Making Your “A-Ha Moments” Come to Life

Looking back at the last several conferences you've attended, I'm sure there have been some unique moments where you think, "Wow! That's brilliant... I am going to start implementing this in my practice right away!" And then it sits... and sits... and sits... We're all familiar with the concept of, [...]

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