Ultimately, you will give our patients the best treatment based on their condition and help them recover or stabilize as soon as possible.
- Review patients’ medical histories
- Examine patients’ legs below the knees to diagnose diseases
- Order additional medical tests (like blood tests, cultures, X-rays, ultrasounds and bone density tests) when indicated
- Perform minor foot and ankle procedures
- Use various podiatric techniques (like debridement, wound dressing, offloading, casting and laser therapy) to treat deformities and ailments
- Prescribe medication for the lower leg, including for pain relief and orthoses that improve mobility and lower extremity health
- Advise patients on foot care and general wellness practices
- Timely, appropriate documentation and completion of medical and billing records
- Doctoral degree in Podiatric Medicine
- License to practice Podiatric Medicine in the State of Georgia
- Minimum of 1 year postgraduate experience as a Podiatrist
- Excellent knowledge of therapeutic and surgical treatments for the lower extremities
- Familiar with all types of foot problems including genetic abnormalities and deformities
- Good interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate well both with children and the elderly
- Empathy and patience when dealing with serious diseases
- Up-to-date with latest technologies and treatments in Podiatry
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