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Are We Giving Away Our Unique Skills In Biomechanics In The CPME 320 Rewrite?

Kathleen Satterfield DPM FACFAOM | 3,792 reads | 3 comments | 07/01/2010

Almost every surgeon is able to say a patient’s surgery looks good on the table and on the X-ray film. Then there are those podiatric surgeons who are exceptionally skilled. These surgeons have bragging rights six months after the day of surgery.

Can Podiatrists Be The Premier Surgeons Of The Foot And Ankle Without An Understanding Of Current Biomechanics Research?

Doug Richie Jr. DPM FACFAS | 4,280 reads | 2 comments | 04/21/2009

I recently had the privilege of serving on the faculty of a seminar entitled “Biomechanics for the Foot and Ankle Surgeon,” which was recently held in Oakland, Ca. This conference was sponsored by the California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt University in association with the Prescription Foot Orthotic Laboratory Association (PFOLA).