Delayed and denied claims: When the unexpected happens

Throughout your career, you will likely spend thousands of hours leaning over patients, executing precise repetitive motions in a very small physical space, with little to no margin for error. While your patients’ toes and feet will be kept in excellent condition as a result, your own body mechan-ics are likely to suffer considerably. Holding a balanced position for extended periods of time, balancing the weight of your head and arms to get just the right angle, and/or getting up and down from a seated or bent-over position repeatedly are just a few of the repetitive actions that take a toll on the practicing podiatrist.

Throughout your career, you will likely spend thousands of hours leaning over patients, executing precise repetitive motions in a very small physical space, with little to no margin for error. While your patients’ toes and feet will be kept in excellent condition as a result, your own body mechan-ics are likely to suffer considerably. Holding a balanced position for extended periods of time, balancing the weight of your head and arms to get just the right angle, and/or getting up and down from a seated or bent-over position repeatedly are just a few of the repetitive actions that take a toll on the practicing podiatrist.

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Delayed and denied claims: When the unexpected happens