You are invited to give that first talk and you are asked for an abstract. This article reflects a little on what an abstract means and why it is important.
Writing to be understood and the Flesch score Welcome to this article on writing which put simply means ensuring your content can be understood by an audience. Putting some Flesch on an article In this article I deal with writing for an audience and explaining the...
Do testimonials have value. You can read my first testimonial published on my original clinical website in 2014. I republished this in 2018.
The sesamoid bone or bones make up the 27th and 28th foot bone and are often forgotten. When they work well we forget they exist but they feature frequently in painful stiff toes and are often the reason why bunion surgery does not work always.
Why does a stiff toes arise. We need to understand the underlying problem here and consider a bit of self help
This is a an old article updated for 2020 and covers more about patients responses to bunion surgery. At a time when more people are writing to me about their concerns it is time to refocus on the ‘testimonial’ and support patients and enquiries with quality information they can rely on.
A definition of arthrodesis or fusion of the toe is given as applied to the toes
The Covid Clinical Diary provides a rare glimpse of upskilling in the case of a podiatrist with surgical skills. Trevor Prior describes in this first of a three part series the method of proning during his first encounter with the effects of the deadly virus Covid-19. He discusses PPE and how he takes care to prevent cross-infection.
There are 2 riders to bare feet activity permission based on existing problems assessing the ground for safety. As usual the author likes to delve into the internet and see what makes sound advice and what is fake news! This article is more than barefeet though. It looks again at information from the internet and asks HOW VALUABLE or ACCURATE is it?
The first toe rashes were reported in Italy and Spain where we know the numbers of infected Covid-19 cases rose fast overwhelming their health services. Skin changes are now being debated in many countries by organisations such as the American Podiatric Medical Association and College of Podiatry (London). Ms Debbie Delves reports a suspected case from her South London practice