PRESENT Podiatry Online - Most Popular Lectures of 2018
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Ever wonder what your podiatrist colleagues are most interested in? These were the Most Popular Lectures viewed for CME in 2018
Larry Fallat, DPM discusses both conservative and surgical management of Jones fractures, as well as reviews the outcomes of these treatments.
Bruce Werber, DPM discusses 2nd MPJ pathology including etiology diagnosis, along with conservative and surgical treatment options for repair.
Tracey Vlahovic, DPM discusses the different types of cosmetic nails available on the market and how nail art can effect you and your practice.
David Davidson, DPM discusses the controversial issues relating to procedures that achieve successful restoration of motion in Hallux rigidus. Dr Davidson cites studies that support both procedures.
Anthony R Iorio, DPM, MPH, CPed discusses acute and chronic diabetic and venous leg and foot ulcers, and their dramatic response to the application of dehydrated human amnion chorion membrane in conjunction with compression therapy and excellent wound care. Dr Iorio cites multiple studies and statistics that support these applications for treating these as well as other types of wounds.
Ever wonder what podiatric residents today are most interested in? These were the Most Popular Lectures viewed by Residents in 2018
Jarrod Shapiro, DPM discusses the importance of maintaining a questioning attitude with exploration and reassessment of evidence-based practices. Dr Shapiro cites examples of famous people and their experiments and how doctors have built upon previous discoveries to improve current medical practice.
Heather Hettrick, PT, PhD, CWS, CLT- LANA, CLWT discusses skin and wound care to control edema and education of patients to maintain healthy practices for life. Dr Hettrick discusses in detail the importance of compression in edema and examines the types of compressions appropriate for various situations such as venous insufficiency.
John Doolan, DPM discusses the common diabetic neuropathic foot ulcerations as well as prophylactic surgical techniques to assist with wound healing. Dr Doolan also discusses prophylactic surgical procedures for prevention of recurrence, once healing has occurred.
Mark Q Niederauer, PhD discusses the continuous diffusion of oxygen (CDO) on diabetic foot ulcers and supports his lecture with data from random controlled fully blinded trials (RCT). Dr Niederhauer offers comparisons of the effects of CDO with results of other therapies such as moist wound therapy (MWT) and placebo use.
Christopher K Bromley, DPM presents the physiology of wound healing and the importance of oxygen in that process. Dr Bromley reviews the role of compression in the healing of venous stasis ulcers as well as differentiating topical versus chamber oxygen therapy.