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  • May 2004 | Volume 17 - Issue 5

    4,990 reads | 0 comments | 05/03/04
    Looking for something to support the orthotic you’re already using? Look no further than the Arch Suspender, which has lifting straps that provide adjustable support for the talonavicular joint and/or calcaneal cuboid joint. The product supports the custom Richie Brace® orthotic. While applying ankle tape to the medial arch and leg has provided temporary relief for posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD), the Arch Suspender’s adjustable strapping provides “maximum support and comfort,” according to patent holder Douglas Richie, DPM. He says you can apply the Arch ... continue reading
    By Jeff Hall, Editor In Chief
    3,111 reads | 0 comments | 05/03/04
    No one would ever confuse me with being a neat freak. Anyone who has seen my office can attest to that. However, somewhere along the way, I became kind of fanatical about hand washing. As a result, I have really dry skin, but I am also rarely sick outside of the occasional headache. I don’t think that is a coincidence. I’m not sure where this fixation with hand washing started but it may have been an overzealous response to the bad habits I’ve observed among others who use public restrooms. Unfortunately, some folks use the facilities and walk right out without even venturing near the ... continue reading