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  • January 2006 | Volume 19 - Issue 1
    By Gary Peter Jolly, DPM, FACFAS, and Michael M. Cohen, DPM, FACFAS
    13,134 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    Yes. This author emphasizes the use of external fixation and ligamentotaxis for treating calcaneal fractures, citing key benefits including earlier post-op weightbearing. By Gary Peter Jolly, DPM, FACFAS    Intraarticular calcaneal fractures have long been recognized as a devastating injury but, fortunately, they constitute only 2 percent of all fractures. While there is universal agreement on the severity of their impact, there has been anything but a consensus on how practitioners should manage these fractures.    The history of the treatment of... continue reading
    Anger may be secondary to the primary emotions of anxiety, confusion, frustration, loss of control or self-esteem issues. If we let the patient speak, this may reveal her primary emotions, which can facilitate understanding.
    By John V. Guiliana, DPM, MS
    33,497 reads | 2 comments | 09/03/08
       Out of the many challenges that business owners face day to day, human conflict is the one that most people lack the skill to handle appropriately. However, learning how to deal with interpersonal conflicts caused by “difficult people” will help enhance patient satisfaction and ultimately improve the productivity of your practice.    We perceive the “difficult person” in many different ways. He or she may be arrogant, demanding, unrealistic or condescending. Usually, the difficult person is someone who is working from the negative side of his or her... continue reading