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Dr. Fred Says ..with Guest, Dr. Paula DeLuca

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"Doctor Fred Says..."

Todays topic: "Diabetes Type II is on the rise and foot neuropathy"  by Dr. Paula De Luca. 

From Dr. De Luca:

"I consider it to be a great honor to participate in the well being of my patients. My goal is to provide quality foot care to all my patients, in a caring environment.  I strive to make each of my patients pain free as soon as possible, and work with other specialists in medicine to ensure overall good health in each patient.   

I aim to treat each patient as I would a family member.  This allows me to give the highest quality of care to all my patients. This includes thorough communication, in a caring and compassionate environment, and current, state of the art treatment options.  I believe in treating people, not just their feet. 

Dr. DeLuca received her BS in Medical Technology in 1985 from Oakland University, she then went on to earn her DPM from Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in 1993. Dr. DeLuca completed her residency at Veterans Administration Medical Center in Detroit, MI (1993-1994), following this she did two years residency at Scott and White Memorial Hospital in Temple, TX (1994-1996).

Dr. Paula DeLuca has been board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery since 2001.

Dr. DeLuca has been working in Boynton Beach, Florida since 2007 and prior to that she was in private practice in Michigan for ten years".

 

Dr. Fred Valdes is a resident of Florida and at present is teaching part-time at a medical school near Miami. His respect of Moringa has led him to join with Zija Int'l and Club Moringa. 

 

 

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