In the second part of this three-part series, Trevor Prior a podiatrist working out of Homerton Hospital East London provided me with tapes of his experience with the local ITU proning team. Bringing his skills into focus as a podiatric surgeon familiar with theatre protocol and anaesthetic induction helped him to assist and to become a team lead on occasions. His account provides some detail of what it was like to be on the front line.
It is useful to have a background profile covering education, clinical practice and lecturing.
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David explains a bit about this common nerve condition and points to more information and encourages people to take time over removing the cause and avoiding surgery. He should know as he had Morton’s neuroma.
This article on bunions includes new advice about what elements of this painful condition can be managed without surgery. There are plenty of links to other useful sites or you could consider the authors book on bunions behind the scenes of you think you require surgery.
In this short article I look at the most common of the arthritic type conditions which are medically based and not related to injury. Arthritis due to rheumatoid disease, gout and psoriasis, starting with osteoarthritis.
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.
Reading my newspaper I was drawn to Dr James Le Fanu’s article a Feet of Nature. Clearly feet are not a sexy subject but for those who know little this 230 word column mixed with two other topic is worth reading. However, Le Fanu almost has a hidden sub text and this is what I have found most attractive about this article.
Making decisions is not easy and so this book is a must Hallux valgus (HV) and the bunion is traditionally treated by orthopaedic specialists. My book introduces the reader to the work of the specialist podiatrist providing you with a wider range of options . Hallux...