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  • November 2007 | Volume 20 - Issue 11
    With a calcaneal stress fracture, pain is usually not as significant with plantar palpation but there may be increased pain intensity with a direct side-to-side compression of the heel as shown above.
    By Charles F. Peebles, DPM
    6,302 reads | 0 comments | 11/03/07
    By John H. McCord, DPM
    2,136 reads | 0 comments | 11/03/07
    I am going through an interesting phase of my career as a podiatrist. I am trying to find a replacement for myself when I walk out the back door December 31, 2008. I plan to throw the keys to the office behind me and lock myself out. My license expires that day. This day also marks my 62nd birthday. I do not plan to dabble in podiatry until I get old(er) and feeble. Replacing me is an interesting challenge. I advertised the job of an associate for my partner, who will be taking over the practice. Seven well qualified young podiatrists applied. They have all had or are completing thr ... continue reading
    In a new study, 10 to 18 percent of patients with diabetes said they would sacrifice eight to 10 years of life in perfect health to avoid a life of diabetic treatments.
    By Brian McCurdy, Senior Editor
    6,165 reads | 0 comments | 11/03/07
    Given that patients with diabetes can face extensive treatments due to the risk of complications, adherence to treatment regimens may be a problem due to a perceived decline in their quality of life. A new study finds that although end-stage complications have the greatest effect on quality of life, comprehensive treatments affect quality of life to the degree that some patients were willing to forego years of healthy living to avoid treatments. In the study, which was recently published in Diabetes Care, researchers interviewed 701 patients with diabetes a ... continue reading