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  • April 2011 | Volume 24 - Issue 4
    Kevin A. Kirby, DPM
    33,544 reads | 1 comments | 03/22/11
    Is a commonly utilized classification scheme for subtalar arthroereisis implants “biomechanically inaccurate and ambiguous”? With a thorough review of the literature, this author discusses kinematic and kinetic functions of the subtalar joint, and the biomechanical effects of the subtalar arthroereisis procedure. ... continue reading
    William Fishco, DPM, FACFAS
    11,061 reads | 0 comments | 03/22/11
    A 50-year-old female presented to the office with the chief complaint of an itching rash on her ankles and feet. She reported the itch to be severe at times. The duration of symptoms was for at least a few months. ... continue reading
    Guest Clinical Editor: Paul Scherer, DPM
    8,849 reads | 1 comments | 03/22/11
    Prefabricated orthoses can play a valuable role in the podiatric practice. Accordingly, our expert panelists offer insights on the key characteristics of these devices and how they utilize prefabs in the treatment of patients. The panelists also discuss the use of orthotics to prevent and treat common soccer-related injuries. ... continue reading

    7,290 reads | 0 comments | 03/22/11
    Investigating plantar fibromas as an etiology for recalcitrant heel pain, the authors of a recently published study suggest that 25 percent of recalcitrant heel pain is neoplastic in origin. The study authors also maintain that patients presenting with proximal plantar fibromas require excision and not fasciotomy. ... continue reading