Are You Doing Everything You Can to Promote YOUR Private Practice?

One of the biggest challenges that many forget who attempt to specialize in private practice is how focused and targeted their marketing needs to be. And this is simply because too many private practice owners believe that “anyone” is their patient.
And this is simply because too many private practice owners believe that “anyone” is their patient.

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A Nutrition Intro For Your Neuropathy and Chronic Pain Patients

Diet can be a main factor in many of the cases of peripheral neuropathy you see.  Neuropathy is linked to diabetes and other conditions where daily intake of sugars and nutrients is important, but your patient’s diet can also influence the condition of nerves in more direct ways, such as in cases where a nutritional…

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Another Niche: Become an expert in Entrapment Neuropathy Care!

Entrapment Neuropathy:  More Than Just Carpal Tunnel! Last week we discussed carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), one of the most common forms of neuropathy affecting a single nerve (mononeuropathy).  What many of your patients might not know is that carpal tunnel syndrome is only one of the entrapment neuropathies common in the upper limbs.  The other…

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Helping Your Diabetic Neuropathy Patients

If you have patients who are living with diabetes, chances are you are no stranger to making diagnoses of neuropathy.  While some patients (even those who do have nerve damage) might experience no symptoms at all, about 60 to 70 percent of diabetics experience pain, soreness, loss of sensation, tingling in the extremities, and even…

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How To Reassure Patients with Severe Symptoms

If your patients are presenting with tingling, numbness, burning sensations, or motor function issues, they may be suffering from peripheral neuropathy.  Neuropathy can be tricky to diagnose, but becoming as informed as possible about its symptoms, treatments, and which of your patients are the most susceptible will equip you to effectively recognize this painful and…

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Maximum Patient Benefit and Recovery-CCTxs

Some of the keys to CCTxs success lie squarely in getting the patient to accept responsibility for all the components needed to foster maximum results. Commonly observed side benefits may include enhanced family support, approval and greater involvement of other health care providers and especially reduced use of pain and psychotropic drugs.

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Designing Treatments for Lupus Patients

  As physicians, we’re accustomed to a certain amount of variety in treating different patients with the same illness. After all, we’re treating individuals. But when you take on lupus patients, you’re taking the concept of variety in symptoms and outcomes to a whole new level. Granted, there are specific symptoms to the various types…

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Treating Patients with Hypoglycemia and Autonomic Neuropathy

If you’re treating patients with diabetes, chances are very good that you’ve also got patients with hypoglycemia. Many patients with diabetes are so accustomed to their symptoms that they don’t pay attention to the subtle changes that can present with hypoglycemia.  Often, they won’t have the very dramatic symptoms like loss of consciousness or diabetic…

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