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Matthew S. Rockett, DPM, FACFAS (2)Dr. Matthew S. Rockett was born and raised in the central Pennsylvania town of Lebanon. He attended Lebanon Senior High school and graduated from Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, PA with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology. He then graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine with honors and went on to the complete a 3-year Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgical residency at the University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics. Dr. Rockett is married and lives in League City with his wife, Dr. Andrea Rockett and their two sons.

Dr. Rockett is also active in podiatric research and education. (He is the former research and education director of the Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency and Foot and Ankle Fellowship Programs). He has published over 20 manuscripts in multiple peer-reviewed journals since 1996, and he has performed research projects and has written chapters in medical textbooks book chapters to help further advance Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. He additionally lectures locally, nationally and internationally on numerous foot and ankle surgery topics. Dr. Rockett has served as Poster Chairman for the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons for the 2000 and 2001 meetings.

Matthew S. Rockett, DPM, FACFAS (3)


Curriculum Vitae

Current Employment

August to Present Bay Area Podiatry Associates
1234 Bay area Blvd.
Suite G
Houston, Texas 77058
(281)488-3237

Education

1995-1996 Residency University of Chicago Medical Center
Chicago, Illinois
Chief Resident, Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery
1993-1995

Residency University of Chicago Medical Center
Chicago, Illinois
Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery Service

1989-1993 Medical School Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
1985-1989 Undergraduate Washington and Jefferson College
Washington, Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Arts, Biology
Dean's List Kappa Sigma Fraternity

Academic Affiliations

1996 - present Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency
West Houston Medical Center - Houston, Texas
Research and Education Director
1998 - present

Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery
Manuscript reviewer

1998 - present Columbia North Houston Medical Center
Chairman Section Podiatric Surgery
1998 - present AO/ASIF International
Faculty - Podiatric Surgery
1999 - present Texas Podiatric Medical Association
Labor Committee
Grievance Committee 1997 -1998
2000 American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
Poster Chairman ACFAS Meeting

Licensure

August 1995 - Present (Active) Texas - 1300
July 1993 - January 1997 (Inactive)

Illinois - 135-000169

July 1993 - July 1994 (Inactive) Pennsylvania - SC-003863-L

Board Certification

American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery - 1999
Forefoot Surgery
Reconstructive Rearfoot/Ankle Surgery

Professional Medical Organizations

Texas Podiatric Medical Association, 1995-present
American Podiatric Medical Association, 1995-present
Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, 1996-present (Fellow # 99-111)
Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association, 1996

Certifications

Basic Life Saving 1993 - present

Publications

  1. Rockett, M. S., Walter, J.W. "Introduction to fracture management and forefoot fractures - Traumatology Book # 2." Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, Department of Orthopedics, 1993.
  2. Rockett, M. S., Walter, J. W. "Navicular, Calcaneal, and Talar FracturesTraumatology Book # 3." Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, Department of Orthopedics, 1993.
  3. Rockett, M.S., Gentile, S.C., Zygmunt, K. H., Gudas, C. J., Brage, M.A. "The use of ultrasonography for the detection of retained wooden foreign bodies in the foot." Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 34:478-484, 1995.
  4. Rockett, M.S., Gentile, S.C., Zygmunt, K. H., Gudas, C. J. Subcutaneous phaeohypomycosis caused by Scytalidium dimidiatum in the foot of an immunosuppressed host. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 35:350-354, 1996.
  5. Rockett, M. S., Zygmunt, K. H., Brage, M. A. "The use of the Synthes 7.3 mm cannulated screw in rearfoot and ankle surgery: A prospective study". Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, 36: 87-94, 1997.
  6. Mendicino, S., Rockett, M. S. "Update on imaging of Morton’s Neuroma." Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery 14(2): 303-311,1997.
  7. Rockett, M. S., Brage, M. A. "Navicular body fractures: Computed tomography findings and mechanism of injury." Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 36(3): 185-191, 1997.
  8. Waitches, G., Rockett, M. S., Brage, M. A., Sudakoff, G. S. Ultrasonographic - Surgical correlation of ankle tendon tears. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. 17:249-256, 1998.
  9. Rockett, M. S., De Yoe, B., Gentile, S. C., Zygmunt, K. H. Non-union of Hawkins II talar neck fracture without avascular necrosis. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, 37:156-161, 1998.
  10. Brage, M.A., Rockett, M.S., Vraney, R. T., Anderson, R.E, and Tolendano, A. Ankle fracture classifications: A comparison of reliability using three x-ray views versus two. Foot and Ankle International, 19:555-562, 1998.
  11. Use of Ultrasonography versus magnetic resonance imaging for tendon abnormalities around the ankle. Rockett, M. S., Waitches, G., Brage, M. A., Sudakoff, G. S. Foot and Ankle International, 19:604-612, 1998.
  12. Ultrasound of the foot and ankle. Rockett, M. S.Journal American Podiatric Medical Association, August, 1999.
  13. Glass - Is it visible on plain radiographs? A cadaveric study Arbona, N., Jedryzinski, M., Frankfather, R., Lo, A., Medicino, S. S., Rockett, M. S. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery,38:264-270, 1999.
  14. Enchondroma causing midfoot pain. De Yoe, B., Rockett, M. S. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, 38:139-142,1999.
  15. Peroneus Brevis tendon rupture caused by topahecous gout infiltration De Yoe, B., Ng, A., Miller, B., Rockett, M. S. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, 38:359-362, 1999.
  16. Walter, J. W., Rockett, M. S., Goss, L. Penetrating wound trauma to the foot and ankle complex. Published in The Lower Extremity, 1998.
  17. Proximal Lesser Metatarsal Osteotomy: A geometric-mathematical basis. Loya, K., Guimet, M., Rockett, M. S. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, 39:104-113, 2000.
  18. Isolated medial cuneiform fractures: A report of two cases. Olsen, R., Rockett, M. S., Mendicino, S. S. Foot and Ankle International, 21:150-153, 2000.

Manuscripts in Review , Revision or Accepted and Pending Publication

  1. Reliability of radiographic measurements of the foot. Part I: The forefoot. Rockett, M. S.,
  2. Frankfather, R., Arbona, N., Jedryzinski, M. (Manuscript in review Journal of Foot Ankle Surgery)
  3. Reliability of radiographic measurements of the foot. Part II: The rearfoot. Rockett, M. S.,
  4. Rockett, A. K., Chaney, M., Harvey, L. (Manuscript in review Journal of Foot Ankle Surgery)
  5. Mechanical strength of two ankle extensor tendon repairs.
  6. Harvey, L., Rockett, M. S. (Manuscript accepted for publication in the July/August of Journal of Foot Ankle Surgery)
  7. "Percutaneous Needlestick Injury in a High Volume Podiatric Surgical Residency Program."
  8. Guimet, M., Rockett, M. S., Mendicino, S. (Manuscript in review Journal of Foot Ankle Surgery)

Manuscripts / Chapters / Research in Preperation

  1. Lapidus bunionectomy: A Prospective outcome study - Rockett, M. S.
  2. "Effect of cheilectomy versus plantarflexory decompressional osteotomy on 1st MTPJ motion." De Yoe, B., Rockett, M. S. (Manuscript in review Journal of Foot Ankle Surgery)
  3. Calcaneal fractures (Chapter) - Walter, J. W., Rockett, M. S., Goss, L.
  4. Charcot Reconstruction (Chapter) Rockett, M. S., Goss, L
  5. Levels of Amputation (Chapter) Rockett, M. S., Goss, L
  6. "Soft Tissue Masses of the Foot In Southeast Texas" Leggio, C. Rockett, M. S.
  7. Ultrasound of the Foot and Ankle. (Chapter) Rockett, M. S.
  8. Ankle Arthrodesis – For 2001 Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery

Research Grants Awarded

  1. 1998 ACFAS Clinical Research Grant for: Effect of cheilectomy versus plantarflexory decompressional osteotomy on 1st MTPJ motion.
  2. 1998 ACFAS Clinical Research Grant for: Tensile strength of two ankle tendon repair.

Scientific Meetings Presentations / Posters

  1. The intra- and inter-reader reliability of ankle fracture classifications. Rockett, M.S., Brage, M.A., Anderson, R.E, and Vraney, R. T. 54th Annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. New Orleans, LA. March 20, 1996.
  2. Ultrasound in the evaluation of ankle tendon tears. 82nd Radiological Society of North America, Chicago IL. December 3, 1996. Waitches, G., Rockett, M. S., Brage, M. A., Sudakoff, G. S. (Paper presented by G. Waitches)
  3. Ultrasound versus Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the evaluation of ankle tendon tears. 82nd Radiological Society of North America, Chicago IL. December 3, 1996. Waitches, G., Rockett, M. S., Brage, M. A., Sudakoff, G. (Paper presented by G. Waitches)
  4. Ultrasound versus Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the evaluation of ankle tendon tears: 55th Annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. February 6, 1997. Rockett, M. S., Waitches, G., Brage, M. A., Sudakoff, G. S.
  5. Peroneal tendon ruptures: Ultrasound diagnosis and treatment outcome: 55th Annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. February 6, 1997. Rockett, M. S., Bryan, N., Brage, M. A.
  6. The use of the Synthes 7.3 mm cannulated screw in rearfoot and ankle surgery: A prospective study. 55th Annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. February 7, 1997. Rockett, M. S., Zygmunt, K. H., Brage, M.
  7. Ankle fracture classification: A comparison of reliability using three X-ray views versus two: AAOS 1997 Annual Scientific Meeting. February 12, 1997, Atlanta, GA. Brage, M.A., Rockett, M.S., Vraney, R. T., Anderson, R.E, and Tolendano, A. (Paper presented by M. Brage).
  8. Ankle fracture classification: A comparison of reliability using three X-ray views versus two: Orthopedic residents conference. Pittsburgh, PA. Brage, M.A., Rockett, M.S., Vraney, R. T., Anderson, R.E, and Tolendano, A. (presented by R. Vraney)
  9. The use of ultrasonography in the foot and ankle. Poster at the 56th Annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Rockett, M. S., Rockett, A. K.
  10. Mechanical strength of two ankle extensor tendon repairs. Harvey, L., Rockett, M. S. 57th Annual Scientific Seminar of American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons 2/19/1999 - Los Angeles, CA.
  11. Intra- & Inter-observer Reliability of Radiographic Measurements of the Foot (Poster). Chaney, M., Frankfather, R., Arbona, N., Jedryzinski, M., Rockett, A. K., Harvey, L., Rockett, M. S. 57th Annual Scientific Seminar of American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Los Angeles, CA.
  12. Percutaneous Needlestick Injury in a High Volume Podiatric Surgical Residency Program. Guimet, M., Rockett, M. S., Mendicino, S. (Presented by M. Guimet) 58th Annual Scientific Seminar of American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Miami, FL.

Lectures

  1. "The Z Bunionectomy" Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine Wednesday Morning Seminar, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 16, 1994.
  2. "Bone Grafting Techniques in the Foot and Ankle" Texas Podiatric Medical Association, Comprehensive surgical seminar, Dallas, Texas, September 8, 1995.
  3. "ASIF New Devices - 7.3 mm Cannulated Screw and Mini-lengthening Apparatus" Texas Podiatric Medical Association, Comprehensive surgical seminar, Dallas, Texas, September 10, 1995.
  4. "Bone Grafting Techniques in the Foot and Ankle" Scholl College, Tuesday Evening Resident’s Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, October 24, 1995.
  5. "The Use of Ultrasonography for the Detection of Retained Wooden Foreign Bodies in the Foot." University of Chicago, Department of Orthopedic Surgery Grand Rounds, Chicago, Illinois, December 20, 1995.
  6. "Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction." University of Chicago, Department of Orthopedic Surgery Morning Conference, Chicago, Illinois, February 5, 1996.
  7. "Bone Grafting Techniques in the Foot and Ankle" University of Chicago, GOR In-service lecture series, Chicago, Illinois, February 16, 1996.
  8. "Ankle Fracture Classification Reliability" University of Chicago, Department of Orthopedic Surgery Morning Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 16, 1996.
  9. "The Z Bunionectomy" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, July 13, 1996.
  10. "Treatment of the Neglected Tendo Achilles Rupture" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, July 31, 1996.
  11. "The Use of Ultrasonography for the Detection of Retained Wooden Foreign Bodies in the Foot."Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, August 8, 1996.
  12. "Management of the Rheumatoid Rearfoot and Ankle."Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Evening CME program, Houston, Texas, August 15, 1996.
  13. "The use of 7.3 mm cannulated screw in rearfoot and ankle surgery."Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, September 19, 1996.
  14. "Tibialis posterior dysfunction." Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, October 17, 1996.
  15. "Bone Grafting Techniques in the Foot and Ankle" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, March 20, 1997.
  16. "Ankle Fractures" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, March 27, 1997.
  17. "Calcaneal Fractures" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, April 18, 1997.
  18. "Navicular Fractures" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, May 23, 1997.
  19. " The Z- Bunionectomy" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, June 20, 1997.
  20. "Injections for Podiatric Surgery" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Monday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, June 23, 1997.
  21. "Suturing techniques" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Friday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, June 27, 1997.
  22. "Surgical Approaches to the forefoot" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, July 10, 1997.
  23. "Surgical Approaches to the midfoot" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Tuesday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, July 15, 1997.
  24. "AO fixation - mini & small fragment sets" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Monday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, July 21, 1997.
  25. "Secondary repair of Tendo Achilles Ruptures" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, August 14, 1997.
  26. "Ultrasound of the foot and Ankle" Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Medical Imaging, Houston, Texas, August 21, 1997.
  27. "Proximal bunion procedures" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, September 4, 1997.
  28. "Midfoot arthrodesis procedures" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, September 18, 1997.
  29. "Posterior heel surgery" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, October 14, 1997.
  30. "Evaluation of the acute ankle injury" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, October 30, 1997.
  31. "Rearfoot arthrodesis procedures" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, November 6, 1997.
  32. "Treatment of puncture wounds and foreign bodies" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, December 10, 1997.
  33. "The hypermobile first ray - clinical aspects" - Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, February 19, 1998.
  34. "AO fixation - large fragment technique" - Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, March 19, 1998.
  35. "Digital Surgery" - Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Wednesday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, July 2, 1998.
  36. " The Z- Bunionectomy" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, August 6, 1998.
  37. "Foreign Body Localization" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Wednesday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, September 2, 1998.
  38. "Research Protocols" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Thursday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, October 6, 1998.
  39. " 1) Small Distractors; 2) 5th Metatarsal base Fractures; 3) 5th metatarsal shaft fractures; and 4) Faculty instructor for three days of lab" AO/ASIF Podiatric Comprehensive Course. (Faculty) Colorado Springs, Colorado. October 22-25, 1998.
  40. " Ultrasound of the Foot and Ankle" Universal Ultrasound Medical Seminar, Houston, Texas, November 22, 1998.
  41. " Triple Arthrodesis" Harris County Podiatric Surgery Residency Wednesday evening lecture, Houston, Texas, December, 2, 1998
  42. "Advanced Imaging for Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction" 57th Annual Scientific Seminar of American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons 2/17/1999 - Los Angeles, CA.
  43. "Lesser Metatarsal Osteotomy and Distraction Osteogenesis – AO workshop" 57th Annual Scientific Seminar of American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons 2/17-2/19/1999 - Los Angeles, CA.
  44. "Implant for Hallux Limitus/Hallux Rigidus. Are they ever indicated?" TPMA Annual Conference 6/11/1999, San Antonio, Texas.
  45. "Digital Procedures" Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency Program. July 9, 1999.
  46. "Shaft Osteotomies for Hallux Valgus" Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency Program. July 22, 1999.
  47. "Penetrating Wound Trauma" Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency Program. August 5, 1999.
  48. " Bone Grafting, 5th metatarsal base fixation and Plate fixation of fifth metatarsals." AO/ASIF Podiatric Comprehensive Course. (Faculty) Charlotte, NC. October 6-10, 1999.
  49. "Evaluation and Advanced Imaging of Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction" Scott Alder Memorial Lecture, Pittsburgh, PA October 13, 1999
  50. "Ultrasound of the Foot and Ankle" Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency Program. November 22, 1999.
  51. "Shaft Osteotomies for Hallux Valgus" 58th annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Miami FL February 10-13 2000
  52. "Advanced Imaging of Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction" 58th annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Miami, FL February 10-13 2000.
  53. "Collaboration in Research" 58th annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Miami FL February 12, 2000.
  54. " What makes a good manuscript?" 58th annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Miami, FL February 12, 2000
  55. "Lesser Metatarsal Osteotomy and Distraction Osteogenesis – AO workshop" 58th Annual Scientific Seminar of American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons 2/10-2/12/2000 - Los Angeles, CA.
  56. "Penetrating Wound Trauma, Digital Procedures, and Imaging of the Foot and Ankle" Texas Podiatric Medical Association Spring Seminar. Houston, TX March 22-23, 2000.

Continuing Medical Education

  1. 3rd Annual Imaging of the Foot and Ankle Seminar, Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine and The Graduate Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 8, 1992.
  2. World Foot and Ankle Congress, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois, October 21-23, 1993, 17.5 CME Credits.
  3. Midwest Podiatry Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 15-17, 1994, 17 CME Credits.
  4. Musculoskeletal Clinicopathological Seminar, University of Chicago Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, November 2-4, 1994.
  5. AO/ASIF Advanced Podiatric Course, AO/ASIF, Monterey, California, January 4-7, 1995, 25 CME Credits.
  6. LASER Certification Course in Physics, Safety, and Clinical Techniques, University of Chicago Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois, March 18, 1995, 8 CME Credits.
  7. Comprehensive Surgical Seminar, Texas Podiatric Medical Association, Dallas, Texas, September 8-10, 1995, 17.5 CME credits.
  8. Illinois Orthopedic Association Scientific Seminar, Chicago, Illinois, January 17, 1996.
  9. 54th Annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 20-23, 1996.
  10. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Houston, Texas, August 15, 1996, 4 CME credits.
  11. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Sports medicine, Houston, Texas, October 3, 1996, 4 CME credits.
  12. 55th Annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Palm Springs, California, February 5-8, 1997, 14 CME credits.
  13. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Medical Malpractice, Houston, Texas, March 27, 1997, 4 CME credits.
  14. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Medical Imaging, Houston, Texas, August 21, 1997, 4 CME credits.
  15. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: New Topics in Lower Extremity Surgery, Houston, Texas, October 23, 1997, 4 CME credits.
  16. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Plastic Surgery, Houston, Texas, February 12, 1998, 4 CME credits.
  17. American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons - Foot and Ankle Specialty Day. New Orleans, Louisiana, March 23, 1998.
  18. Hill County Podiatry Seminar, Bandera, Texas, April 16 - 18, 1998. 9.5 CME credits.
  19. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Foot and Ankle Trauma, Houston, Texas, May 12, 1998, 4 CME credits.
  20. Texas Podiatric Medical Association, Annual Meeting. Corpus Christi, TX. June 5-7, 1998. 6 CME credits.
  21. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Pediatric Orthopedics, Houston, Texas, August 25, 1998, 4 CME credits.
  22. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Wound Healing, Houston, Texas, October 20, 1998, 4 CME credits.
  23. AO/ASIF Podiatric Comprehensive Course. (Faculty) Colorado Springs, Colorado. October 22-25, 1998. 29 CME credits.
  24. 57th Annual Scientific Seminar of American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons 2/17-19, 1999 Los Angeles, CA., 25 CME credits.
  25. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Neurology Assessment and Neurological Disorders. Houston, TX April, 6, 1999, 4 CME credits
  26. TPMA Annual Conference 6/11/1999, San Antonio, Texas. 6 CME credits
  27. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Heel Pain. July 13, 1999, 4 CME hours.
  28. AO/ASIF Podiatric Comprehensive Course. (Faculty) Charlotte, NC. October 6-10, 1999 29 CME credits.
  29. Scott Alder Memorial Lecture. Western Pennsylvania Hospital: Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction. October 13, 1999. 4 CME credits.
  30. Harris County Podiatric Surgical Residency CME Evening Program: Ethics and Arthrodesis Procedures. Houston, TX October 16, 1999, 8 CME credits.
  31. 58th annual Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Miami FL February 10-13 2000, 24 CME credits.

Awards and Recognitions

  1. 1993 Professor Anthony Kidawa Angiology Award - Awarded to the student demonstrating academic excellence and interest in the study of Angiology.
  2. 1993 Dr. Stanley David Award - Recognition of outstanding proficiency in the clinical sciences.
  3. 1993 Drs. Rubin and Dora Rosen Award - Recognition of demonstrating the greatest proficiency in the application of the principles of biomechanics in reconstructive surgery of the foot.
  4. Pi Delta National Honor Society inducted 1993.
  5. 1992-93 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges
  6. Stirling Harford Honorary Anatomical Society inducted 1992.
  7. 1992 Kate L. Paine Memorial Scholarship - Presented to the student showing highest aptitude in peripheral vascular disease course

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So in general, calluses are things that are found on other parts of the foot, besides the digit on the bottom of the foot, on the back of the heel, on the edge of the heel on the side of the foot, whereas corns are more thought of as being part of a growth on a toe or on a digit.. Now there are things that can occur on the bottom of the foot that are called seed corns, which are also nucleated, or they have a center portion to them and they have there's something called an intractable plantar Keratoma or IPK in podiatry lingo where that is a nucleated or an in-growing kind of corn.. So calluses and corns are essentially the same thing, but corns are thought of much more digitally oriented anatomically, whereas callouses can occur anywhere else.. So in a foot, let's talk about a corn first corns on the digits will most likely grow where there is something that's been rubbing on the toe.. So in essence, what happens is that corns are more commonly found on the toes where you have either a hammer toe or excessive pressure say from a shoe that doesn't fit well, or from an activity that you did, maybe more than typical, you know, an extensive length of time.. Callus is very similarly if you're walking a lot or again, as I go back to my analogy of using, you know, shoveling in the yard, if there's a lot of repeated pressure, so it could be walking a long time, but so there really causes it is this repeated excessive pressures on a pressure point, whether that's a bent toe as a case of a corn or on the sole of the foot.. You already mentioned shoes as one of, you know, one of the you know, maybe friction from a, from a little fitting shoe, but what are some other ways that people can prevent corns and calluses from forming?. And I've seen that thousands of times, but you may also see something I've seen hundreds of times and maybe thousands, someone who applied to Penn with salycilic acid to a corn that wasn't really that thick, but it was painful.. And yeah, so, you know, and, and hopefully most people, you know, I don't think, I don't think most people are gonna go directly to the podiatrist.. But, but, you know, for the smart people out there who are going to the podiatry who are going to make a schedule, an appointment you know, who is going to be at the greatest you know, risk, you know, I don't know about risk factors of corns and calluses, you know, I guess so I guess we can talk about what are the risk factors and then, you know who just, you know, who needs to go, you know, when, when do I need to actually go to the podiatrist?. So I had actually had a patient who had very painful corns and calluses, but also was a diabetic with neuropathy and soaked his feet in a small solution of kerosene and bleach, and had very significant burns, which were 10 times worse sitting there corns and calluses, and took me about three months to heal.. And you know, they weren't about to cut a hole in that shoe because they've had it sold 17 people do creative things when they're in pain.

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