Surgical Podiatrist

Surgical Podiatrist Panorama City , CA Working for an organization with the size and resources of Kaiser Permanente Southern California means having the potential to positively affect the health and well-being of entire communities. That’s because each of us-from our financial professionals and IT team members to our RNs and physicians on the front line of care-shares a commitment to providing the best possible care experience. One of the most diverse regions in the country, Southern California offers everything from quaint coastal communities to bustling urban cities, high desert plains to snowy mountain peaks

Surgical Podiatrist Panorama City , CA Working for an organization with the size and resources of Kaiser Permanente Southern California means having the potential to positively affect the health and well-being of entire communities. That’s because each of us-from our financial professionals and IT team members to our RNs and physicians on the front line of care-shares a commitment to providing the best possible care experience. One of the most diverse regions in the country, Southern California offers everything from quaint coastal communities to bustling urban cities, high desert plains to snowy mountain peaks

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Surgical Podiatrist

Podiatrist, Toowong

Seeking an experienced podiatrist to join our practice in Toowong, Brisbane for 3 days per week to take over from our lovely Fi who is moving interstate. This would be a casual or permanent part time position with a view to developing it to full time if desired. Resume to: info@jaclynchristie.com.au

Seeking an experienced podiatrist to join our practice in Toowong, Brisbane for 3 days per week to take over from our lovely Fi who is moving interstate. This would be a casual or permanent part time position with a view to developing it to full time if desired. Resume to: info@jaclynchristie.com.au

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More on Antibiotics and Osteomyelitis

I have blogged a number of times about the questions surrounding some of the unknown, unproven issues surrounding the treatment of osteomyelitis including duration of antibiotic therapy and the “need” for surgical debridement. It continues to amaze me how it does not matter where, or to whom I lecture, if I ask the question “How long do you need to treat osteomyelitis and via what route?” the answer is always the same “4-6 WEEKS OF IV THERAPY” despite a total lack of human evidence to support that position. I recently came across an interesting paper that add to the ever increasing body of scientific literature that shows this old axiom is just not justified

I have blogged a number of times about the questions surrounding some of the unknown, unproven issues surrounding the treatment of osteomyelitis including duration of antibiotic therapy and the “need” for surgical debridement. It continues to amaze me how it does not matter where, or to whom I lecture, if I ask the question “How long do you need to treat osteomyelitis and via what route?” the answer is always the same “4-6 WEEKS OF IV THERAPY” despite a total lack of human evidence to support that position. I recently came across an interesting paper that add to the ever increasing body of scientific literature that shows this old axiom is just not justified

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Osteoid Osteoma of the Midfoot: Percutaneous Radiofrequency Treatment in 2 Cases – Corrected Proof

Abstract: Osteoid osteoma should be considered as a potential diagnosis in cases of chronic midfoot pain in younger individuals. If proper precautions are taken, percutaneous radiofrequency ablation may be considered a safe and efficient alternative to surgical resection in the treatment of osteoid osteomas, even in the small bones of the midfoot.

Abstract: Osteoid osteoma should be considered as a potential diagnosis in cases of chronic midfoot pain in younger individuals. If proper precautions are taken, percutaneous radiofrequency ablation may be considered a safe and efficient alternative to surgical resection in the treatment of osteoid osteomas, even in the small bones of the midfoot.

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Osteoid Osteoma of the Midfoot: Percutaneous Radiofrequency Treatment in 2 Cases – Corrected Proof

Osteoid Osteoma of the Midfoot: Percutaneous Radiofrequency Treatment in 2 Cases

Abstract: Osteoid osteoma should be considered as a potential diagnosis in cases of chronic midfoot pain in younger individuals. If proper precautions are taken, percutaneous radiofrequency ablation may be considered a safe and efficient alternative to surgical resection in the treatment of osteoid osteomas, even in the small bones of the midfoot. We report on 2 cases of osteoid osteoma, 1 in the lateral cuneiform, and the other at the base of the second metatarsal, that were successfully treated with percutaneous radiofrequency ablation.

Abstract: Osteoid osteoma should be considered as a potential diagnosis in cases of chronic midfoot pain in younger individuals. If proper precautions are taken, percutaneous radiofrequency ablation may be considered a safe and efficient alternative to surgical resection in the treatment of osteoid osteomas, even in the small bones of the midfoot. We report on 2 cases of osteoid osteoma, 1 in the lateral cuneiform, and the other at the base of the second metatarsal, that were successfully treated with percutaneous radiofrequency ablation.

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Osteoid Osteoma of the Midfoot: Percutaneous Radiofrequency Treatment in 2 Cases

THE 80% SOLUTION (With apologies to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)

This Tuesday, February 22, I was quoted in a very fair and balanced article in the Wall Street Journal by Science Reporter Laura Johannes dealing with laser treatment of onychomycosis . During my interview with Ms

This Tuesday, February 22, I was quoted in a very fair and balanced article in the Wall Street Journal by Science Reporter Laura Johannes dealing with laser treatment of onychomycosis . During my interview with Ms

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THE 80% SOLUTION (With apologies to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)