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What is the best state to practice podiatry? *Highest salary?* Most benefits? Most number of patients? I read somewhere that there is a demand for podiatrists in rural areas but wouldn't the number of patients showing up at your office be...
The best state to practice podiatry? Probably a state of mind where you can elect to be treated as a second class citizen or one where you might find a modicum of respectablity along with a rate of reimbursemnt and of course-SCOPE of practice not limiting to the extent that it defines your care for a patient.
What does this mean to the new DPM?
First if you are a new DPM stop right here and reflect-I suggest reading my other posts. Many find them distasteful and negative and make personal comments-but; l offer you the wisdom of someone who followed a different path. Its in the posts. Go back to school.