Instructor: Louis J. DeCaro, DPM
Course time Approx. 47 minutes
This Webinar is for Practitioners only
What to do when your patient outgrows littleSTEPS and how to SUCCESSFULLY figure out (and treat) the pediatric patient who now needs an adult evaluation!
Dr. DeCaro is proud to offer his THIRD INSTALLMENT of zoom webinars from HIS ACTUAL treatment room. Dr. DeCaro will cover all the essential ingredients that WILL make you successful in treating the pediatric foot that is graduating from littleSTEPS to QUADRASTEPS and how to figure out when this happens and how to dispense the correct QUADRASTEPS foot orthotics to your patients.
Dr. DeCaro will also share more marketing secrets to keep revenue flowing throughout this pandemic. Take the time NOW, while you have it, to increase your knowledge and your bottom line! This class is for everyone - Doctors and staff. It is intended for all practitioners and medical assistants both trained and not trained in foot typing. It is intended for all practitioners treating kids including DPMs, PTs, C.PEDs and OTs.
Learn how to treat those fast growing kids who can get help from QUADRASTEPS.
Louis J. DeCaro. DPM is a Podiatric Physician who specializes in pediatrics with a special interest in sports medicine and biomechanics for both adults and pediatrics. Dr. DeCaro is President of the American College of Foot & Ankle Pediatrics (ACFAP). He also shares a patent on foot types.
He is in private practice in West Hatfield and a member of the surgical & medical staff at Franklin Medical Center as well as Holyoke Medical Center.
Dr. DeCaro is the Director and originator of the Adult & Pediatric Gait Labs Biomechanics Clinic, which takes place biweekly at his West Hatfield office. It is a multidisciplinary clinic, which evaluates the most challenging of biomechanics patients, and helps to find them answers through orthoses and therapy.
Dr. DeCaro is an international lecturer on the topics of podopediatrics and biomechanics. Please visit decaropodiatry.com or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and/or questions.