2020 Can Still Be Your Best Year Ever

Dr. Wishnie opened his podiatry practice over 30 years ago. It wasn’t long until he realized that being a great doctor wasn’t enough—he needed to learn how to be a great businessman too. 

After taking time to learn how to grow his practice, Dr. Wishnie wants to help all the great doctors that have never learned how to run a business.

In this webinar, Dr. Wishnie shares his message for successfully implementing and selling new practice services to your patient base. With these strategies being more relevant than ever before, he believes he can still make 2020 the best year to date for any medical practice. 

Disclaimer: It is the responsibility of the practitioner to gain knowledge of and comply with federal, state and local laws regarding the use of lasers for the treatment of any condition. The content and information in this webinar is for educational purposes only. It is not a course and should not be relied upon for the purpose of treating an individual. This webinar is not a substitute for professional medical advice, care, diagnosis or treatment.

About Dr. Wishnie

Dr. Peter Wishnie

Director of Family Foot & Ankle Specialists

“I like to treat everyone including children, active adults and the elderly. The feet are so important for maintaining our lifestyles. My goal is to treat people gently and quickly, so they can get back to their activities as soon as possible. It’s my philosophy that people want to be on, not off their feet, and that’s how I approach the treatment of their problem.”

Highly Qualified Podiatrist In Piscataway, NJ

“I take great pride in being a doctor, and in doing my best for my patients. That’s why I feel it’s so important to be able to meet the requirements for membership in outstanding professional organizations. Membership also provides an opportunity for me to share experiences with colleagues, and hopefully better our profession.”

       ° Board Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery
       ° Certified in Cryosurgery
       ° Associate, American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine
       ° Member, American Podiatric Medical Association
       ° Member, New Jersey State Podiatric Medical Association
       ° Member, American Podiatric Arthroscopy Association
       ° Member, American Diabetes Association
       ° Member, American College of Podopediatrics
       ° Developed the technique for using foam to prevent post-operative pain and
          swelling in the feet
       ° Actively involved in physician networking for knowledge sharing

Extensive Education in Foot & Ankle Care

“A doctor’s education is vital to the quality of care he provides. That’s why I keep studying and developing new procedures. This means my patients can expect nothing but the best.”

       ° B.A. in Biology: The State University of New York at Stony Brook
       ° B.A. in Medical Sciences: The California College of Podiatric Medicine
       ° Doctor of Podiatric Medicine: The California College of Podiatric Medicine
       ° Residency in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery: Parsons Hospital, Flushing, NY
       ° Fellowship in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery: Hadassah University Medical
       ° To keep up with the latest advances in podiatric medicine Dr. Wishnie attends
          no less than 50 hours of continuing medical education seminars per year.

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