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Executive Editor/VP-Special Projects:
Jeff Hall
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Jennifer Spector, DPM
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Bonnie Shannon

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

Volume 24 Issue 6
Kerry Zang, DPM, Janna Kroleski, DPM, Shahram Askari, DPM, and Sanford Kaner, DPM
In addition to reviewing diagnostic testing for small fiber neuropathy and current treatments, these authors discuss recent study results for low-level laser therapy.
Desmond Bell, DPM, CWS, FACCWS
This author navigates the complex issues in treating an elderly patient with a heavily exudative diabetic foot ulcer, which has recurred over an 11-year period.
Megan Lawton, DPM
If you were lucky enough to see the episode of Happy Days with the Fonz waterskiing and evading a shark, then you know exactly where the saying “jumping the shark” comes from.
Christopher F. Hyer, DPM, FACFAS
Running a practice has many challenges. In a perfect world, our patients would be our only focus. However, as we know, there are many other issues vying for our attention. As if the day-to-day realities of managing staff and keeping a practice…
A. Douglas Spitalny, DPM, FACFAS
First metatarsophalangeal joint (MPJ) injuries can be both diagnostic and treatment challenges. From an anatomy standpoint, the number of structures that can be injured are numerous. Figuring out what structure(s) (see “A Brief Overview Of First…
Sean Grambart, DPM, FACFAS
While platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has emerged as a potential adjunctive modality for some lower extremity injuries, there is a lack of conclusive evidence in this regard. Accordingly, this author reviews the available literature and offers insights…
Patrick DeHeer, DPM, FACFAS, and Shannon Rush, DPM, FACFAS
Yes. While there are a variety of fixation options for first MPJ fusion, Patrick DeHeer, DPM, FACFAS, explains why locking plates provide superior fixation and a reduced risk of complications. No. While the profession has seen the emergence of many…
Jenny L. Sanders, DPM
While podiatrists strongly advise patients to avoid wearing high heels, the reality is many patients will continue to wear them. With this in mind, this author emphasizes patient education on ensuring optimal fit and support, reviews key features…
Affan Akhtar, DPM, AACFAS, Darren Diiulio, DPM, AACFAS, and Luke Cicchinelli, DPM, FACFAS
Sharing insights from the literature as well as their own clinical experience, these authors discuss anatomical considerations, biomechanical principles and patient factors that go into central metatarsal osteotomies. They also offer proactive tips…
Kathleen Satterfield, DPM, FACFAOM, MAPWCA
You walk into the room to see a well-dressed 48-year-old businesswoman sitting in the treatment room. She has her right foot cradled in her hands and is massaging the heel. You notice the stylish high heels on the floor beside her.
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