Suggested Social Media Posts


 

 

Suggested Social Media Posts

Facebook and LinkedIn

It’s #FootHealthAwareness Month! #TodaysPodiatrist is here for the athlete in everyone. Whether you’re lacing up for a walk or training for a triathlon, podiatrists can help keep you in the game. Learn more about podiatry and sports medicine at www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive!

Athlete’s feet and ankles are susceptible to injury, from friction injuries to fractures, and #TodaysPodiatrist is ready to treat them all. The expert in foot and ankle care provides treatment from conservative care to surgery. #KeepAmericaActive www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive

Did you know ignoring an ankle injury can lead to long-term instability and increased risk of re-injury? If your ankle injury doesn’t resolve within a couple of days, it’s time to make an appointment with your podiatrist. Learn more. #KeepAmericaActive #ankleinjury

When you’ve twisted your ankle, what symptoms should send you straight to your podiatrist? Read our guide. www.apma.org/anklesprains #KeepAmericaActive #ankleinjury #sportsmedicine

The littlest athletes may not be able to communicate a #sportsinjury. Podiatrists say kids with a foot or ankle injury often complain of being “too tired” to play or are simply hesitant to engage in their regular physical activity. Know the signs and make an appointment with #todayspodiatrist! www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive

Pain, swelling, or redness in your young athlete’s heel could be Sever’s Disease. The condition is caused by growth spurts in the heel bone that outstrip the surrounding tendons and ligaments, causing overstretching and inflammation, particularly in active kids. If your child complains of heel pain, make an appointment with #TodaysPodiatrist. www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive #KeepAmericaActive

Headed to urgent care with a #sportsinjury to your foot or ankle? First, check to see if your #podiatrist has same-day appointments! Podiatrists are the experts in foot and ankle trauma and often have appointments available for emergencies. www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive #KeepAmericaActive #sportsinjury

Not all sprains are created equal! Sprained ankles are very common among athletes, but some are more serious than others, ranging from a mild pull to torn ligaments and joint instability. Some sprains require nothing but a little rest and ice, while others may require surgery to repair ligaments. If a sprained ankle keeps you off your feet for more than a couple of days, make an appointment to see #TodaysPodiatrist for a proper diagnosis and a treatment plan that’s right for your injury and activities. #KeepAmericaActive #sportsinjury www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive

 

Twitter

It’s #FootHealthAwareness Month! #TodaysPodiatrist is here for the athlete in everyone. Whether you’re lacing up for a walk or training for a triathlon, podiatrists can help keep you in the game. Learn more about podiatry and sports medicine at www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive!

Athlete’s feet and ankles are susceptible to injury, from friction injuries to fractures, and #TodaysPodiatrist is ready to treat them all. The expert in foot and ankle care provides treatment from conservative care to surgery. #KeepAmericaActive www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive

Did you know ignoring an ankle injury can lead to long-term instability and increased risk of re-injury? If your ankle injury doesn’t resolve within a couple of days, it’s time to make an appointment with your podiatrist. Learn more. #KeepAmericaActive #ankleinjury

When you’ve twisted your ankle, what symptoms should send you straight to your podiatrist? Read our guide. www.apma.org/anklesprains #KeepAmericaActive #ankleinjury #sportsmedicine

Podiatrists say kids with a foot or ankle #sportsinjury often complain of being “too tired” to play or are simply hesitant to engage in their regular physical activity. Know the signs and make an appointment with #todayspodiatrist! www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive

Pain, swelling, or redness in your young athlete’s heel could be Sever’s Disease, a condition caused by growth spurts in the heel bone, particularly in active kids. Make an appointment with #TodaysPodiatrist. www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive #KeepAmericaActive

Headed to urgent care with a #sportsinjury to your foot or ankle? First, check to see if your #podiatrist has same-day appointments! Podiatrists are the experts in foot and ankle trauma. www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive #KeepAmericaActive #sportsinjury

Sprained ankles are common among athletes, but some are more serious and may even require surgery. If a sprain keeps you off your feet for more than a couple days, make an appointment to see #TodaysPodiatrist. #KeepAmericaActive #sportsinjury www.apma.org/KeepAmericaActive

 

Instagram

During the month of April, we suggest sharing photos of your own work with athletes on Instagram (be sure you have permission to share any images you use!). Tell your story in the captions: How did you choose podiatry, why do you specialize in or practice sports medicine, what athletes or teams have inspired you, what teams do you serve? You can even share photos of yourself participating in sports! We recommend the following hashtags to use with your posts:

#KeepAmericaActive #todayspodiatrist #sportsmedicine #sportsinjury #sportsperformance #operatelikeaDPM #stepintopodiatry #podiatry #podiatrist #physician #surgeon #podiatrylife #surgeonsofinstagram #doctorsofinstagram #podiatrystudent #podiatryschool #medlife #medschool #premed #premedstudent #premedmotivation #podiatrystudentlife #futurepodiatrist #futuredoctor #futuresurgeon #aspiringdoctor #medschool #womeninmedicine #medschoollife #medical student

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South Denver Podiatry
7780 S. Broadway, Suite 190
Littleton, CO 80122
Phone: 720-279-8076
Fax: (720) 398-8424
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