By Jamie Yakel, DPM
Metatarsalgia can have a multitude of causes, making it vital to identify the etiology of this complex condition. This author evaluates the research on conservative treatment of metatarsalgia, specifically the use of metatarsal pads, and offers pearls on effective custom orthosis prescriptions.
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By Tracey Vlahovic, DPM
With the rise (no pun intended) of natural disasters resulting in flooding events across the United States, it is helpful for the clinician to recognize the various lower extremity cutaneous issues that may befall patients in the flood zone.
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By Michael Gentile, DPM, FACFAS
Ankle instability can be due to ligamentous pathology, structural abnormalities and/or a lack of dynamic support in the ankle. This author addresses surgery for the unstable ankle, offering surgical pearls for primary repair, arthroscopic repair and secondary repair.
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A Closer Look At The Recent Literature On Peroneus Quartus

By Xingbo Sun, DPM, Francesca Castellucci, MS, Tara Harrington, MBA, MHA, Erica Benson, MS, DPM, Bryan Katz, BS, and Kevin Miller, DPM, AACFAS
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