Dr. Lorraine Loretz, NP, DPM (she/her) is a Podiatrist, Nurse Practitioner in Worcester, MA with over 16 years of experience. What is your opinion of Dr. Lorraine Loretz, NP, DPM? Rate this provider below so other people can make informed decision.
Over 16 Years of Experience
Many providers receive payments from medical companies such as pharmaceutical companies and medical device companies. These payments can range from small amounts for meals to large consulting fees. We provide this information in order to make healthcare system more transparent. Between 2014 and 2020 Dr. Lorraine Loretz, NP, DPM has received over $115 which includes payments from the following companies:
$98.53 from AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
$16.74 from Organogenesis Inc.
Payments received by Dr. Lorraine Loretz, NP, DPM were from the following categories:
$115.27 Food and Beverage
Based on the training and education, Dr. Lorraine Loretz, NP, DPM may perform the following treatments. Please always check with Dr. Lorraine Loretz, NP, DPM directly about which exact treatments he offers.
Podiatry Wound Care
Foot Odor Treatment
Hyaluronic Acid Injection
Lapiplasty Bunion Surgery
Foot Pain Treatment
Podiatry Second Opinion
Corn Removal Surgery
Regenerative Amniotic Fluid
Podiatry Surgery Consultation
Diabetic Foot Care
Based on the training and education, Dr. Lorraine Loretz, NP, DPM may treat patients with the following conditions. Please always check with Dr. Lorraine Loretz, NP, DPM directly about which exact conditions he treats.
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