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Executive Editor/VP-Special Projects:
Jeff Hall
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Jeff Hall, Executive Editor/VP-Special Projects, Podiatry Today
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April 2011

Volume 24 Issue 4
Sari Goldman, BS, Devin Poonai, Oendrila Kamal, BA, and Khurram H. Khan, DPM
When it comes to diagnosing and treating lower extremity issues in patients with diabetes, a thorough biomechanical evaluation is at the top of the list. More often than not, a current ulcer began as a superficial hyperkeratosis, which…
Darryl J. Martins, DPM
Recent years have seen the rise of innovative implants for first metatarsophalangeal joint (MPJ) pathologies. Accordingly, this author offers an intriguing review of the current literature on first MPJ arthroplasty.
Stephanie C. Wu, DPM, MSc
This author provides an intriguing case study detailing the diagnostic workup and treatment of a chronic wound complicated by Charcot foot and peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
Kevin A. Kirby, DPM
Early on in my podiatric medical education, one of my professors casually mentioned during a lecture how important it was for physicians to have empathy for their patients. In those youthful days, I knew what the word “empathy” meant. I imagined…
Podiatry Today Staff
What do you look for in an orthotic laboratory? Perhaps you are looking for the knowledge and expertise that comes from a well-established laboratory. Perhaps you are looking for quality materials in a range of orthotics geared toward athletes as…
Christopher Corwin, DPM, MS
Ankle sprains are one of, if not the most, common injuries in sports. The incidence of injuries appears to be increasing with the higher number of people participating in athletics through all phases of their lives. It is estimated that 30,000…
Allan Grossman, DPM, FACFAS, Jason Sweeley, DPM, Ann Nakai, DPM, and Jeff Merrill, DPM
In recent years, cosmetic foot surgery has become an option for patients seeking aesthetic improvement for lower extremity conditions. Accordingly, these authors discuss the controversy, ethical considerations and techniques for minimizing scars,…
Peter Bregman, DPM
While many warts resolve without treatment, therapy may be required when plantar warts are painful or affect a patient’s ability to walk. Accordingly, this author discusses his clinical experience with a variety of modalities ranging from pulsed…
Lawrence A. DiDomenico, DPM, FACFAS, and Albert A. Giagnacova DPM
Given new technological advances, key intraoperative benefits and quicker post-op recovery, ankle arthroscopy continues to emerge as a viable modality for podiatric surgeons. Accordingly, these authors review the literature and share their insights…
By David W. Jenkins, DPM, FAAPSM, and Jeffrey A. Ross, DPM, MD
Barefoot running is here to stay. Although there is no evidence demonstrating that barefoot running reduces injuries or improves performance, David Jenkins, DPM, FAAPSM, says many studies suggest unique, beneficial characteristics in the unshod…
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