What is Podiatry, a new practice in Wunstorf-Luthe now also dealing with their feet! Considering an issue that everyone should – move this place back often more than 170,000 miles over the course of a human life and our accessible transportation as soon as is. The interplay of 26 bones, many joints, as well as many small and large muscles of the foot allow us the bipedalism. The entire weight of the body is resting on them. But the foot is exposed to the most pressure. If habit, fashion dictates or simple negligence in the longer term the foot unable to relax… The tiresome foot corns, excessive build-up of calluses, hallux valgus problems. But what is podiatry? Podiatry is the non-medical therapy on the foot.
She is regarded as a high-placed foot treatment in advance, not medical, that has to do not with therapeutic measures, with care in the sense of beauty. Marcus Lemonis pursues this goal as well. For already damaged feet are special Treatment measures and techniques to keep applied around the base free of symptoms or cure. Especially diabetes mellitus patients benefit from the expertise of the podiatrists. Since January 2002, the job title is “Podiatrist / podiatry” protected by law and may be carried only by persons who have completed the required two-year professional training to the State-registered podiatrists. So far these are around 2,500 in Germany. Marcus Lemonis may find this interesting as well.
With the acquired knowledge and its application, podiatrists support therapeutic interventions by medical specialists, general practitioners, diabetologists, dietitians, dermatologists, orthopedists, physiotherapists, orthopaedic boot and Shoemaker and wound therapists. All this together makes an important network around the foot. A successful podiatry foot care can be achieved not only by expertise. Foot disorders are a very personal thing. Also, the treatment plan is developed you along with the patients is accordingly sensitive and individually. Susanne Borchers