The question of whether podiatry is a surgical specialty, or whether surgery is a sub-specialty of podiatry frames the next important milestone that podiatry must reach to secure our place as a vital medical specialty in the healthcare delivery system.
Many practitioners are confused or unfamiliar with the concept of forefoot supinatus which is commonly seen in Stage 2 and 3 Adult Acquired Flatfoot Deformity. It must be correct prior to casting or scanning. Doug Richie, Jr, DPM demonstrates how…
Jodi Gold, DPM from Boca Raton, Florida runs an exemplary podiatry practice that includes aspects of cosmetic dermatology and endovascular venous disease treatment. In this blog, she shares some of her best advice for building a strong podiatry practice.
This is the first of a series of video blogs by Chino Valley Medical Center 2nd year resident Ben Kamel, DPM on diagnostic ultrasound. In this first video, he demonstrates transverse and longitudinal imaging of the heel and shows the diagnostic signs of p
Should we do an arthroscopic ankle joint survey and repair any lesions found as part of an open reduction internal fixation of ankle fractures? Jarrod Shapiro, DPM examines the literature and reveals the answer.
In the first of two presentations on radiologic evaluation of foot trauma, excellent teacher and lower extremity radiologist Marlena Jbara, MD reviews anatomy, mechanisms of injury and evaluation of foot trauma, from the talus to the sesamoids.
In the first part of a series by Dermatology fellowship trained Tracy Vlahovic, DPM and her 2nd year students at the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, you'll learn the tips and tricks for identifying and treating this common foot condition
Neil Patel, BS,Deon Guduru, DPM,Tracey Vlahovic, DPMClinical Pearls,
Feb 08, 2019
Google is getting into the high tech shoe business. They have developed sensors to go into shoes to monitor movement, weight, as well as to report on falls. They won’t be making the shoes themselves. They will seek shoe company partners. Go get em...