October marks our 11 year anniversary, and Nolaro24 would like to offer you a free poster download! This is a great waiting room sign to draw attention to the fact that you offer littleSTEPS foot orthotics to your pediatric patients. Put out a jack-o-lantern full of some healthy treats for the little visitors and get parents to ask you about littleSTEPS!
It’s that time of the year! The time all parents wait for – time to start thinking about getting their kids ready for school (and out of the house – YAY). That means new gear, new clothes, and new shoes. This is the perfect time for you to be reminding parents to check their kids’ littleSTEPS® for outgrowth, it’s likely they need a new pair to fit in those new shoes.
We have some great tools to help you remind your parents! We have a flyer that you can download and customize with your office info. You can mail it out or hand it out to every parent who gets littleSTEPS® with a reminder date for them to start checking the size of their child’s littleSTEPS® . We also have this great new WAITING ROOM POSTER that you can download for FREE to display in your waiting room to remind parents that they need to check to see if their child might need littleSTEPS® to help support their feet in the upcoming school year.
Get your FREE DOWNLOAD HERE. Download our Outgrowth Reminder Flyer HERE.
In the June 2019 issue of Podiatry Management, our own Louis J. DeCaro, DPM participated in the PM ROUNDTABLE discussing the latest trends in Pediatrics and Podiatric Medicine.
According to Marc Haspel, DPM, “The practice of pediatrics within the specialty of podiatric medicine could be one of the best-kept secrets of the profession. Simply by offering a wide range of services to the youngest in the population, a podiatric practice could benefit in untold ways. Once a podiatric physician gains the confidence of those seeking care for their children, the rest of the family will very often trust its care with that same doctor. Savvy practitioners also recognize that the opposite is true. Often presenting pedal structural complaints of adults can also be identified in their children, giving podiatric physicians an opportunity to treat many more patients. The result could be an exponential growth in the podiatric practice.”
Read the entire article HERE Check out other articles by Dr. DeCaro on our Archives Page