Skip to main content
Letters to the Editor
Request Online Media Kit
Request Print Media Kit
News & Trends
Wound Care Q&A
Technology in Practice
First Ray Surgery
Total Ankle Replacement
What is your general opinion regarding minimal incision bunion surgery?
How has physician burnout affected you?
Which of the following medicolegal strategies do you feel is most important in limb salvage cases?
How has your treatment algorithm for heel pain changed over the past several years?
Which of the following do you feel is the most important factor to consider when addressing a recurrent diabetic foot ulcer (DFU)?
Which emerging procedure or technology are you most interested in incorporating into your practice?
Which of the following do you feel is the most challenging issue in the field of podiatry today?
Which best represents how you feel your state’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) or equivalent system has impacted your practice and patients?
Have your patients asked about the use of CBD oil or cannabis-derived products for pain management?
Which podiatry college has the best academic reputation?
Is The Lapidus Bunionectomy Overrated?
Do you prefer TCCs or CAM walkers to offload diabetic plantar ulcers?
Do you prefer to use oral or IV antibiotics for osteomyelitis?
Do you perform a Lapidus procedure for hallux valgus in athletes?
For patients with ankle equinus, do you more often perform tendo-Achilles lengthening or gastrocnemius recession?
Which treatment do you use most often for plantar fasciitis?
How do you fixate your first MPJ fusion?
Closed: When do you start weightbearing your Lapidus bunionectomy patients postoperatively?
Closed: Will the recent trend of decreasing amputation rates in patients with diabetes over 40 continue?
Closed: Will 3D printing be beneficial for podiatry?
Closed: Which procedure do you prefer: first MPJ arthrodesis or first MPJ arthroplasty?
Closed: Do you agree with the APMA holding its Annual Scientific Meeting in conjunction with the Pedorthic Footcare Association meeting?
Back to Top