"Whilst there is an abundance of information available via the Internet regarding specific ailments, conditions and treatment recommendations, there is no substitute for a personal consultation and professional opinion." ~Dr. Marc Lindy
Here at Cascadia, for more than 20 years now, we are honoured to have one of our most well-known local podiatrists supply and recommend both our Hand and Body Salve for extra dry skin and Skin Relief Salve to his patients here in our Vancouver lower mainland.
Dr. Marc Lindy is a second-generation podiatrist, who has practiced as a medical and surgical foot specialist for thirty-eight years in Vancouver, Detroit, and Wellington, New Zealand.
We thought it appropriate to shine the light on Dr. Lindy’s practice philosophy as it has been valued and utilized by us and so many of our Cascadia customers over the years. If you happen to be a local Vancouverite and experience foot problems or challenges we can confidently send you his way 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 Please read below to educate yourself on the words and practice philosophy of our friend and local podiatrist Dr. Marc Lindy:
For thirty-eight years I have been dedicated to improving the foot-health of my patients.
Every problem presented is given equal attention and care, whether it be toenail cutting or surgery.
Some problems are “curable” while in other cases it is a matter of seeking the best overall improvement possible within the scope of a chronic condition. I advocate for multidisciplinary care and I see my role as part of the “team” of practitioners who look after your health care, including your general practitioner, specialists, physiotherapists, nurse practitioners, pedorthists etc. When unusual or unfamiliar symptoms are presented I will endeavor to find the answer or necessary information, or refer the patient on for additional consultation and opinions.
Listening to the patient is key to developing the history necessary to make a good diagnosis. For a skilled practitioner, most diagnoses are gleaned from the patient history and examination, while diagnostic tests (radiological studies, labs etc.) are used to support or clarify the diagnosis.
Find Dr. Marc Lindy at http://vancouverpodiatrist.ca/
Or you might also spot him around the city pursuing his musical talent as a tuba player for the Homegoing Brass Band, VCC Jazz Orchestra, Terminal City Brass Band, and The Burying Ground 😉