REVIEWS OF DR. SCHULER
New Trends in Diabetsis reported by Panama City Podiatrist
In a recent study reported by Dr. Burton S. Schuler foot specialist , podiatrist , foot doctor of Panama City, Fl ; from The Institute for Alternative Futures entitled United States’ Diabetes Crisis: Today and Future Trends, several far-reaching public health consequences were stated. In it The Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia reports that approximately 28 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes; and almost 80 million more people have “pre diabetes” symptoms. In 2007, the cost of pre diabetes and diabetes was estimated at about $220 billion and will continue to go up yearly. This will cause greater demands upon all types of medical doctors, nutritionists, educators, nurses, and other professionals who interact with diabetic and prediabetic. Dr. Schuler who has treated thousands diabetes patients’ over three decades, in private practice feels that many of these patients can avoid the foot problems associated with Diabetsis but finding out if they have a common foot deformity known as the “Morton’s Toe”– short first metatarsal bone.
A short first toe can intensify complications for diabetics because the foot’s weight is unevenly distributed since the first toe does not do the work it should be doing. You can imagine that if you already have a condition like Morton’s Toe—that can lead to bunions, hammer toes, plantar fasciitis, and other foot problems—then you are setting yourself up for complications if it remains untreated). . He also shows how to find out, on his www.FootCare4U.com website if you have a Morton’s Toe or not. Then if you do have a Morton’s Toe Schuler then shows how to make a simple toe pad that can be placed under the first toe to properly redistribute the weight on the foot
While diabetes may not be as simple to treat, correcting other foot problems can go a long way to ensure that bad feet can’t be misdiagnosed as diabetic neuropathy–burning pain and numbness in the feet Such a misdiagnosis can lead you down a path of more doctors and specialists—such as neurologists—when a trip to the podiatrist’s office and a diagnosis of Morton’s Toe can alleviate pain. This is news to consider as we figure out ways to militate against the growing diabetes epidemic and all of its accompanying medical complications.
Dr. Burton Schuler, podiatrist of Panama City Fl graduated from the N. Y. College of Podiatric Medicine in 1975 at the age of twenty-four, and has been in private practice ever since. In 1982, he published his first book, The Agony of De-Feet: A Podiatrist Guide to Foot Care. During his thirty-five year professional career, he has written for Collier’s Encyclopedia and various podiatric journals and publications. He has been interviewed by The New York Times, First in Women, and other publications. and is a leading authority on the Morton’s Toe, Long Second Toe and it associated problems. He is the author of the newly published book about The Morton’s Toe, Why You Really Hurt: It All Starts In the Foot. The book is published by the La Luz Press, Inc and is disturbed national by the Cardinal Publishing Group. Why You Really Hurt: It All Starts In The Foot, is the story of how one bone in your foot could be the real reason for pains thru out your whole body Dr. Schuler has appeared on hundreds of radio and television programs both here and aboard. He is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management, and the National Board of Podiatric Examiners. Dr. Schuler is certified as a wound specialist from the American Board of Wound Management. His professional and civic accomplishments have earned his inclusion in the 1999-2002 Who’s Who in America (Marquis). PAR8N4ZKHHRM