APMA and SVS Team Up

This post courtesy of Dr. Barry Block and Podiatry Management:

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APMA and SVS Presidents Team up for Foot Health Awareness Month

“Walking is great exercise for the feet,” said Robert Zwolak, MD, president of the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS). Both podiatrists and vascular surgeons agree that good blood flow is essential for foot health. A brisk 30-minute walk every day is just what the doctor ordered. 

“Feet are our foundation,” said Dr. Michael King, president of the American Podiatric Medical Association. “Healthy feet are fundamental to the quality of our daily lives. We need to take care of them every day, and see a medical professional if they begin to hurt.” Vascular surgeons and podiatrists work closely to access and treat patients with severe foot problems.

Source: Foster Folly News (FL) [4/24/11]

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