Journal Articles

Does BMI variation change the height of foot arch in healthy adults: a cross sectional study
by A. P. C Udayamali Pathirana BPT, Dr. Watson Arulsingh PT, Dr. Remya K.R PT, Joseph Oliver Raj PT

Current Concepts In Orthotic Therapy For Pes Cavus
by Paul R. Scherer, DPM, and Cherri S. Choate, DPM

Squamous cell carcinoma of the foot: A case report
by Travis Motley, DPM, MS, FACFAS, Kolby White, DPM, John Clyde, DPM

Comparison of Hallux Interphalangeal Joint Arthrodesis Fixation Techniques: A Retrospective Multicenter Study
by Jakob C. Thorud, Tyler Jolley, Naohiro Shibuya, Eric Lew, Matthew Britt, Ted Butterfield, Alan Boike, Mark Hardy, Steven P. Brancheau, Travis Motley, Daniel C. Jupiter

Does Modified Footwear Improve Gait After Ankle Arthrodesis?
by Daniel A. Jones, Berton R. Moed, David E. Karges

Gait Analysis and Functional Outcome After Calcaneal Fracture
by Sander van Hoeve, MD; Jim de Vos, MD; Jan P.A.M. Verbruggen, MD, PhD; Paul Willems; Kenneth Meijer, PhD; Martijn Poeze, MD, PhD

Clinical Review of Adhesive Capsulitis of the Ankle: An introductory article and clinical review
by Bilal Shamsi, BS, Jennifer-Nicole Falk, BS, Steven J. Pettineo DPT, OCS, CSCS, Sayed Ali MD, FRCR

What factors predict the need for further intervention following corticosteroid injection of Morton’s neuroma?
by Devendra Mahadevan, FRCS (Tr & Orth) Mohammad Salmasi, Nicola Whybra, Anika Nanda, Suchi Gaba, Jitendra Mangwani

Mental health issues associated with foot complications of diabetes mellitus
by Christopher Hoban, Jitender Sareen, Christine A. Henriksen, Lorraine Kuzyk, John M. Embil, Elly Trepman

Conversion of Ankle Autofusion to Total Ankle Replacement Using the Salto XT Revision Prosthesis
by Emilie R.C. Williamson, Constantine A. Demetracopoulos, Scott J. Ellis


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Severe Onychogryphosis
The main cause of onychogryphosis is a single major trauma to the nail, which usually occurs as a result of a strong blow or stubbing of the toe. Neglect of the is also another cause, this leads to the inevitable compression of the footwear against the growing toenail. Other causes of onychogryphosis include poor circulation, fungal nail infection, eczema, psoriasis, pityriasis rubra pilaris and Darier’s disease.

A Brief History of Podiatry

Untitled-1Arоund 1750, аn еngrаvеr bу thе nаmе оf Funnеу сrеаtеd аn іlluѕtrаtіоn оf a соrn сuttеr аt wоrk. Thе рісturе ѕhоwѕ аn еаrlу сhіrороdіѕt соmрlеtе wіth wіg аnd ѕресtасlеѕ аnd bеfоrе hіm аn аrrау оf ѕurgісаl іnѕtrumеntѕ. Thе mоdе оf drеѕѕ аnd thе mеrе fасt thаt ѕuсh wоrk wаѕ wоrthу оf аn іlluѕtrаtіоn, ѕuggеѕtѕ vеrу ѕtrоnglу thаt thіѕ соrn сuttеr wаѕ hіghlу rеgаrdеd.

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