2023 Podiatry Market Outlook

The 2023 Podiatry Market Outlook outlines a multitude of practice management challenges that foot and ankle specialists are facing as they move into the year ahead.

  • The long-term effects of COVID-19 on the United States healthcare system.
  • Physician and staff shortages caused by burnout amongst healthcare workers.
  • Increasing competition from primary care physicians and multispecialty group practices.
  • An aging population and the growing prevalence of diabetes.
  • Meeting patient demands and strengthening practice revenue with new pain management technologies.

No Pain. All Gain.

The patented and FDA-cleared MLS® Laser Therapy technology provides:

  • Effective relief of pain and inflammation associated with a wide range of conditions.
  • 85% to 90% efficacy rate.
  • No risk from surgery or prescription painkillers.
  • A cash-based modality to generate revenue for your practice.

Learn More about the benefits of MLS Laser Therapy to the Podiatric Practice.

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