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  • October 2005 | Volume 18 - Issue 10
    Guest Clinical Editor: Lawrence Huppin, DPM
    10,865 reads | 0 comments | 10/03/05
       The development of new materials and technologies has had an impact on orthotics and biomechanics. These expert panelists discuss the technologies they have found helpful. In particular, they assess the impact of pressure analysis and how it can influence the writing of effective orthotic prescriptions. They also discuss common orthotic modifications and which orthotic materials they use in their practices.    Q: How have new materials and technology changed the state of podiatric biomechanics and orthotic therapy?    A: Russell Vol ... continue reading
    By John McCord, DPM
    3,038 reads | 0 comments | 10/03/05
       I entered a room in the bowels of the hospital marked “administrative conference room.” It was 7 a.m. on a Friday. I usually have a cup of coffee and read a book at that hour. There was a coffee pot and some bagels but the reading material was patient charts stacked at one end of the table.    All physicians are invited to participate in chart review but it is a tedious and often unpleasant task generally known as peer review. Three of us showed up on this day. One was a young OB-GYN who has been with us for a year. One was a urologist who has been here ... continue reading
    By Robi Garthwait, Contributing Editor
    12,490 reads | 0 comments | 10/03/05
       There is an array of foot creams on the market to treat patients with diabetes and neuropathy, some of which work better than others. HealthiBetic Foot Cream is one product that appears to be successful in reducing symptoms in patients, according to podiatrists who have prescribed the medication.    HealthiBetic’s patented Transdermal L-Arginine cream, which was developed specifically for people with diabetes, increases foot temperature 5º to 8ºF and improves blood flow 33 to 35 percent, states the cream’s manufacturer, Strategic Science and Technologi ... continue reading