In 2014, the Foot and Ankle Online Journal will begin publishing all articles on a quarterly basis. In anticipation of this change, and in order to streamline the editing and peer review process, several article submission guidelines have been updated. … Continue reading →
By Muzamil Ahmad Baba1, B. A Mir2, M. A Halwai3, Arshad Bashir2, Shakir Rashid1, Omar Khursheed1, Qazi Manaan1 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 6 (10): 2 Background: Plantar heel pain is one of the most common problems of the … Continue reading →
Since 2006, I have used a natural based product in my practice for the treatment of plantar warts: marigold. After meeting and subsequently training with Dr. Tariq Khan at his Marigold Clinic at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, I have used this treatment extensively in my practice.
by April Sutcliffe1, Kolini Vaea2, John Poulivaati2, Angela Margaret Evans3,4 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 6 (9): 2 The Ponseti method of correction of congenital clubfoot is recognized as the preferred management technique for this pediatric deformity. The original … Continue reading →
by Gerald T. Kuwada, DPM, NMD The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 6 (9): 1 A double blind, randomized study using Distant Intentionality Healing (DIH) and narcotic analgesic use was completed. The author wanted to determine if there was any … Continue reading →
by S Gudipati1, D Sunderamoorthy2, N J Harris3 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 6 (8): 2 Scarf osteotomy is a versatile osteotomy to correct varying degrees of mild to moderate hallux valgus deformity.
by Mario Cala, DPM1, Beau Willis, BS2, Brian Carbonell, BS3, Scott Boynton, BS4 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 6 (8): 1 Charcot neuroarthropathy is a debilitating disease, which affects nearly a third of diabetic patients with peripheral neuropathy.
by Mark Mendeszoon DPM, Ewald Mendeszoon DPM, Susan Orabovic DPM, Corey Valentine DPM The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 6 (7): 1 Objective: The incidence of tarsal coalitions in the general population is not clear; it is supported that there … Continue reading →