Point-Counterpoint: Is Conservative Care The Optimal Treatment Course For Adult-Acquired Flatfoot?

Issue Number:  Volume 30 – Issue 10 – October 2017 Author(s):  Paul Scherer, DPM; and H. John Visser, DPM, FACFAS, and Jesse Wolfe, DPM Yes. Offering insights on the pathomechanics of the deformity as well as key findings from the research, this author says appropriate conservative care can help prevent progression to more advanced stages of adult-acquired flatfoot.    By Paul Scherer, DPM Section:  Feature

Issue Number:  Volume 30 – Issue 10 – October 2017 Author(s):  Paul Scherer, DPM; and H. John Visser, DPM, FACFAS, and Jesse Wolfe, DPM Yes. Offering insights on the pathomechanics of the deformity as well as key findings from the research, this author says appropriate conservative care can help prevent progression to more advanced stages of adult-acquired flatfoot.    By Paul Scherer, DPM Section:  Feature

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Point-Counterpoint: Is Conservative Care The Optimal Treatment Course For Adult-Acquired Flatfoot?