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  • October 2002 | Volume 15 - Issue 10
    By Brian McCurdy, Associate Editor
    7,316 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    “Diabetic foot disease is truly a global problem. Every patient of whatever race, with diabetes of whatever type, is at potential risk for developing foot problems,” noted Andrew Boulton, MD, during his keynote address, “The Diabetic Foot: A Global View,” at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Podiatric Medical Association in Seattle. Introduced by legendary Paul Brand, MD, Dr. Boulton cited rising prevalence rates of diabetes and alarming statistics in other countries. Dr. Boulton strongly emphasized the need for better education on the causes of diabetic foot ulcers, treat... continue reading
    Clinical Editor: Nicholas Sol, DPM, CPed
    9,413 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    When patients have certain occupations, you may have to take a different approach to try to control abnormal forces in the foot. Obviously, performing a biomechanical evaluation is essential as you have to identify individual demands before tackling occupation-specific modifications. With this in mind, our panelists address the more demanding occupations and what considerations come into play with orthotic modifications. Q: How and why do you modify your orthotic prescriptions for patients whose jobs require standing in place for prolonged periods? A: Milton J. Stern, DPM, and Ambik... continue reading