Volume 24 - Issue 2 - February 2011

Practice Builders »

Secrets To Bringing An Entrepreneurial Edge To Your Practice

David Helfman, DPM | 8038 reads | 0 comments

I have always felt that physicians needed a simple business model to manage their practices. After reading almost every business book on the planet, I was fortunate to read a book called Traction: Get a Grip On Your Business by Gino Wickman three years ago and was fascinated by the business process.1 I saw an immediate application in the Village Podiatry model. As a result, our group has grown 35 to 40 percent per year over the last three years using many of the tools outlined in the book.



Online Case Study »

When A Patient Presents With Collapsing Pes Planovalgus

Ryan H. Fitzgerald, DPM, AACFAS | 15839 reads | 1 comments

Management of these deformities can be quite challenging. Accordingly, the author provides an illuminating case study.



Technology In Practice »

Walker Boot Offers Array Of Benefits For Patient Comfort

Podiatry Today Staff | 4467 reads | 0 comments

Are you looking for a walker boot that offers reliable immobilization, a rocker bottom and a host of features that facilitate patient adherence and comfort?



Sports Medicine »

How To Diagnose And Treat Exercise-Induced Leg Pain

Meagan M. Jennings, DPM, FACFAS | 18219 reads | 0 comments

Exercise-induced leg pain can be related to a number of etiologies, some more elusive than others. Differential diagnoses in the workup of exercise-induced leg pain should include musculotendinous injury, exertional compartment syndrome, popliteal artery entrapment syndrome, medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) and stress fracture.



Orthotics Q&A »

Emerging Insights On Orthotic Prescriptions And Modifications

Guest Clinical Editor: Paul Scherer, DPM | 12052 reads | 0 comments

Our expert panelists discuss current approaches to orthotic management of pediatric flatfoot, whether functional orthoses can have an impact for hallux abducto valgus and when to employ orthotic modifications in rigid and semi-rigid devices.



Online Exclusive »

Will Reimbursement Changes Adversely Affect Preventative Wound Care?

Lee C. Rogers, DPM | 10499 reads | 1 comments

This author details recent changes to the CMS physician fee schedule and what lower reimbursement may mean for wound care centers and the high-risk patients they treat.



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