When a Child Presents With An Underlapping Toe

Ron Raducanu DPM FACFAS
2/16/10 | 4421 reads | 1 comments
Sometimes you have to think outside of the box. This is especially the case when it comes to possible surgical intervention in the pediatric population. Even the simplest procedure can test your skills and experience. Recently, a very pleasant family brought in their two and a half year-old daughter so she could be evaluated for “walking problems.“ I eventually diagnosed these walking problems as a severe metatarsus adductus. I decided to attempt conservative management with a custom-molded orthotic with a medial flange. This initially helped the toddler. Read More.

Ensuring Proper Paperwork When Treating Pediatric Patients

Ron Raducanu DPM FACFAS
12/28/09 | 3340 reads | 0 comments
As this is the first blog concerning pediatric podiatry, I would first like to thank Podiatry Today for giving me the opportunity to participate on behalf of the American College of Foot and Ankle Pediatrics. As more and more of us step into the realm of podopediatrics, it is important to have a regular forum to not only ask questions but gather information across our profession. Read More.