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Executive Editor/VP-Special Projects:
Jeff Hall
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Jennifer Spector, DPM
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Jeff Hall, Executive Editor/VP-Special Projects, Podiatry Today
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December 2017

Volume 30 Issue 12
Brian McCurdy, Managing Editor
In a revealing discussion of lower extremity wounds and their complications, panelists at the Western Foot and Ankle Conference offered insights on peripheral arterial disease, limb salvage, amputation, debridement and negative pressure wound…
Michael B. Canales, DPM, FACFAS, Grace C. Craig, DPM, Kartick Patel, DPM, MHSA, and Matthew M. Reiner, DPM
These authors detail the treatment of three patients with Charcot neuroarthropathy in the hindfoot and ankle using a retrograde intramedullary nonvascularized fibular graft with supplemental external fixation.
Guest Clinical Editor: David Levine, DPM, CPed
These expert panelists discuss when to make new orthoses, when to refurbish them, when to make a second pair and what role footwear plays in the prescription. Q: How does footwear affect your decision process when prescribing orthotic devices? A…
Israel Santander, DPM, and M. Joel Morse, DPM
A 55-year-old male presented with a three-month history of a single slow-growing red lesion to the medial aspect of the left fifth digit with notable albeit minimal pain. He is healthy and not of Eastern European descent, is immunocompetent (non-HIV…
Brian McCurdy, Managing Editor
Lawrence Oloff, DPM, FACFAS, and Jenny Lam, DPM
The posterior tibial tendon, due to its anatomical structure, is prone to interstitial tearing as it degenerates, causing progressive debilitating disease, which clinicians commonly refer to as tendinosis or tendinopathy.  
Kevin A. Kirby, DPM
Forty-six years ago, Root and colleagues defined “ankle equinus” as being a structural limitation of ankle joint dorsiflexion of less than 10 degrees of dorsiflexion.1 Throughout my education in podiatry school, I learned that “equinus deformity”…
Frank J. Tursi, DPM, FACFAS, Craig Walker, MD, and Mary Yost, MBA
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is an extremely prevalent, substantially underdiagnosed condition, which has a significant risk of morbidity and mortality.
Samantha Miner, BS, Gregory Foote, DPM, David Cheskis, DPM, and James McGuire, DPM, PT, CPed, FAPWHc
Classification systems can be invaluable for directing treatment for hallux limitus/rigidus. Accordingly, these authors recommend a modified classification system that integrates treatment methods and goals with an emphasis on conservative care.
Alan C. Stuto, DPM, Crystal L. Ramanujam, DPM, MSc, FACFAS, and Thomas Zgonis, DPM, FACFAS
Following primary procedures in the diabetic foot, reconstructive surgery may be required to ensure optimal wound closure. Accordingly, these authors discuss salient considerations for patient selection and wound preparation techniques, and offer…
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