One of the most common questions people ask me after giving talks around the country is “How do you treat warts?” It is a tough question for me to answer because 1) I love treating warts so much that I could talk about them for much longer than anyone wants to hear and 2) I have access to treatments that are not commonplace.
Issue Number: Volume 28 – Issue 4 – April 2015 Author(s): Jodi Schoenhaus, DPM, FACFAS This author offers insights on the surgical treatment of a 4-year-old boy with femoral varus and internal tibial torsion. Section: Online Exclusive
Issue Number: Volume 28 – Issue 4 – April 2015 Author(s): Annie Nguyentat, DPM, and Meagan Jennings, DPM, FACFAS These authors detail the diagnosis and treatment of a 10-year-old, who presented with posterior ankle pain that urgent care clinicians originally diagnosed Section: Online Exclusive
Residents and practitioners always ask me where they can go to learn more about lower extremity biomechanics. The obvious reason is their desire to improve their foot orthotic therapy skills and decision making for reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. I have found the answer to this question to be elusive