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Meet Dr. Bradley Bakotic - Today at 9 p.m. EST
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Bradley Bakotic, DPM, DO, is well known to podiatrists across the country as an outstanding lecturer and teacher, and a major benefactor of podiatric education. He will be the guest on today's Meet the Masters audio-conference (at 9 p.m. EST) with host, and former ACFAOM president, Dr. Bret Ribotsky. However, Dr. Bakotic will not be giving a 'lecture'; he will tell us (among other things) why he is such an ardent supporter of podiatric medical education at the schools and at national conferences, such as the ACFAOM Annual Clinical Conference in Orlando a month ago. To register for this FREE weekly, and unique, learning experience that will give you additional insights into the profession's development and future click here. More



Evidence-based foot care in patients with diabetes
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Since the early 1990s evidence based medicine has been an interesting topic of conversation in the medical community. Evidence based medicine has been used to seek guidance on the safest and most effective treatments for a variety of illnesses and diseases, reduce needless disabilities and loss of function, and reduce wasteful expenditures by third party payers and patients. More

Sanuwave completes patient follow-up in phase 3 trial of diabetic foot ulcer treatment
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Sanuwave Health, Inc. a medical technology company focused on noninvasive, biological-response activating devices in regenerative medicine, announced in a press release the completion of patient follow-up in the company's pivotal phase 3, Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) clinical trial with dermaPACE for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers. More

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Study: America is officially the fattest developed country in the world
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If you tuned into the season premiere of the Biggest Loser recently — during which the reality show's trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels toured the country collecting obese people — you got the message: Americans are drowning in fat. One Biggest Loser contestant collapsed mere feet from the finish line of a qualifying one-mile race and, reflecting on it, cried in frustration: "Why, body? Why don't you listen to me when I tell you, 'Don't eat that, this is not good for you.' Why do you do it?" More

Implant offers unique benefits for Intramedullary Fixation
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Whether one is repairing a hammertoe deformity or seeking a better fixation option for a hallux interphalangeal joint fusion, podiatric surgeons may want to consider an implant that offers a two-piece locking design, a larger diameter and a viable alternative to K-wire fixation. More



Barefoot running - safer than sneakers study finds
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For years shoe manufactures have been innovating new technologies in shoe design and marketing those benefits to end consumers. Everything from high-tops, to pumps, and shoes with air cushions have promised to make running safer and more effective. But a recent research shows that running with sneakers significantly increases risk of injury, as opposed to barefoot running. More

Dyslipidemia's effect on diabetic neuropathy
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Diabetes is defined by the inability to regulate the levels of blood glucose and results from either a lack of insulin (type 1) or failure to respond to insulin (type 2). Over time, episodes of, or prolonged, hyperglycemia causes the severe complications of eye, kidney, cardiovascular disease and foot problems. Most foot problems are related to diabetic peripheral neuropathy and result from a loss of sensation and reduced blood flow. These factors lead to recurrent infections, ulcers and amputations, and Charcot neuroarthropathy. More



Cuban drug revolutionizes diabetic foot treatment
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HEBERPROT-P, a Cuban medicine for patients with advanced diabetic foot ulcers and a high risk of amputation, has revolutionized the treatment of this condition. Manuel Raices, a member of the research team for HEBERPROT-P, told Prensa Latina that the drug was registered in 2006 and since then it has benefited 16,000 patients from several nations. More

Local surgeon to head nationwide study
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For diabetics, a small wound on a foot can lead to major problems, including amputation. "We have over 100,000 amputations a year in the U.S. due to foot ulcers, and that's unacceptable," said Dr. Joseph P. Cavorsi, medical director at The Center for Advanced Wound Care in Wyomissing, Pa., and a vascular surgeon at St. Joseph Medical Center, Bern Township. "That many amputations is an absurdity." More
FDM-T System from Noraxon USA Inc
The basic system FDM-T consists of a treadmill ergometer with an integrated, calibrated measuring sensor. The sensor element consists of high-quality capacitive force sensors. On an area of 150 x 50 cm the sensor unit consists of more than 5000 pressure / force sensors. More info
Welcome to the World of ERN
Our list of products includes more then just a nice little set of four round good-for-nothing burrs. We sell thirty different and distinctive burrs. These burrs range in size, shape and style, from the most aggressive to the best smoothers and one that could almost be called the all-one-one solution - "The Happy Burr." More info
The TOM-CAT makes you more profitable
The TOM-CAT Scanner minimizes the steps required to prescribe your orthotics. Traditional casting methods require messy plaster, clean up and sometimes requires more than one casting to get the proper mold for your feet. The TOM-CAT Scanning system replaces traditional methods and produces better and faster results. More info



Darco Body Armor Night Splint

The only night splint on the market today that actively engages the windlass mechanism of the foot.
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