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Jennifer Spector, DPM, FACFAS
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Jennifer Spector, DPM, FACFAS | Managing Editor, Podiatry Today
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July 2016

Volume 29 Issue 7
John Mozena, DPM, and Clint Paul Jones, DPM
Given that hair slivers can lead to infected wounds, pain and chronic drainage, these authors present case studies of several patients who presented with hair slivers in the foot.
Joseph Vella, DPM
This author presents a guide to diagnosing and treating a patient with multiple erythematous papules and macules with central clearing/atrophy that had been present for a decade.
Camille Ryans, DPM
One of the most perplexing events on the road to becoming a podiatric physician is the infamous residency match.
A Gentler Wound Dressing Podiatrists can treat a variety of wounds with a new dressing that patients can easily remove.
Bob Baravarian, DPM
The foot is an amazing feat of engineering consisting of multiple moving parts controlled by multiple pulleys and levers. The fact that the foot and ankle can withstand such high pressures and weight levels without failure over the course of a…
Jon A. Hultman, DPM, MBA, CVA
Retirement may seem far off but there are steps podiatric physicians can take today to help ensure a comfortable living after practice. Accordingly, this author discusses good financial habits, how much you need to live comfortably and keys to…
Tracey C. Vlahovic, DPM, FFPM, RCPS (Glasg)
Given that podiatrists perform nail surgery procedures daily in the office, this author discusses pertinent and emerging insights about partial nail avulsions as well as nail biopsy techniques.
Kevin A. Kirby, DPM
Underscoring the potential ramifications of plantar fasciotomy procedures and plantar fascia ruptures, this author offers a closer look at 10 biomechanical functions of the plantar fascia, ranging from enhanced resupination of the subtalar joint…
Michael H. Theodoulou, DPM, FACFAS, and Jeffrey Karr, DPM, CWS
Yes. Citing anatomical constraints, microbiological issues and the lack of a standard guideline for optimal antibiotic administration, this author says surgical treatment is often the best approach for forefoot osteomyelitis.     By…
Douglas Richie, DPM, FACFAS, FAAPSM
Recurrent sprains and long-term residual symptoms are fairly common in patients who suffer ankle sprains. With this in mind, this author provides a comprehensive review of the literature and a practical guide to conservative treatment at various…
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