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The Podiatry Institute *Videos* (2022) (2)The Podiatry Institute offers a wide variety of videos on CD or DVD, addressing specific podiatric approaches or techniques.All videos are in full color with sound, are approximately 30 minutes in length, and were produced by the Podiatry Institute.

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  • A Simplified Technique for Phenol Nail Surgery and A Technique for Digital Anesthetic Block
  • Anatomic Repair of the Rupture Achilles Tendon
  • Techniques of Heel Spur Surgery
  • Anatomic Dissection in Hallux Abducto Valgus
  • Anatomic Dissection of the Medial Arch
  • Approaches to Digital Surgery
  • Base Wedge Osteotomy in Hallux Valgus Surgery
  • Common Foot Deformities
  • Implant Arthroplasty of the Lesser MPJ
  • Modifications of the Austin Bunionectomy
  • Peroneus Longus Tendon Transfer for Paralytic Dropfoot
  • Refinements in Digital Surgery
  • Refinements in Implant Arthroplasty
  • Regional Anesthesia: An Ankle Block Technique
  • Rigid Internal Compression Fixation as Applied to Triple Arthrodesis
  • Surgical Resection of Morton's Neuroma
  • Triceps Surgery

The Podiatry Institute *Videos* (2022) (3) A Simplified Technique for Phenol Nail Surgery
and a Technique for Digital Anesthetic Block

Using detailed illustrations, animation and live surgical footage, this DVD presents techniques for both partial and total nail removal. Topics covered include indications and contra-indications, nail and digital anatomy, digital anesthesia technique, surgical instrumentation, a simplified surgical technique, and post-operative management.

Produced & Directed by Robert B. Weinstein, DPM,
John A. Ruch, DPM


The Podiatry Institute *Videos* (2022) (4) Anatomic Repair of the Rupture Achilles Tendon
Successful repair of the acute Achilles tendon rupture can be consistently accomplished with the combination of a specific sequence of clinical and surgical skills, including: accurate clinical diagnosis, appropriate surgical timing, anatomic dissection techniques, repair techniques of the ruptured tendon, physiologic repairs of vital tissue layers, and appropriate postoperative management and rehabilitation. This video demonstrates an open repair technique of the acute Achilles tendon rupture. Step by step technique is presented through the use of extensive live surgical footage as well as detailed illustrations.

Produced & Directed by Justin A. Fleming, DPM, Todd B. Haddon, DPM, John A. Ruch, DPM

30 minutes; CD-ROM or DVD$50.00

The Podiatry Institute *Videos* (2022) (5) Techniques of Heel Spur Surgery
This video presents a variety of surgical approaches for heel pain. Selection of a specific surgical technique is dictated by a unique set of physical findings and subjective compliants. Three surgical techniques are presented through live surgical footage and detailed illustrations: I) "Instep" plantar fasciotomy, II) Open resection of plantarcalcaneal spur, III) Release of calcaneal nerve entrapment.

Produced & Directed by John A. Ruch, DPM

(Video) Restless Legs and Drop Foot - Leslie's Story

30 minutes; CD-ROM or DVD$50.00

Anatomic Dissection in Hallux Abducto Valgus
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The video is designed for instruction in surgical dissection applied to the first metatarsophalangeal joint in the deformity of hallux abducto valgus. The specifics of anatomic variation of the first metatarsophalageal joint are presented in detail and basic surgical principles are soundly illustrated. Both vivid illustration and detailed live surgical demonstrations are utilized to demonstrate the concepts of anatomic surgical dissection of the first MPJ. This video is an excellent surgical instruction tool for any level of education, from beginning surgical student to the accomplished practitioner.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.


Anatomic Dissection of the Medial Arch
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Reconstruction of the collapsed medial arch in the flexible pes valgus deformity is extensively covered through surgical demonstration and illustration. A step-by-step concept in the anatomic dismantling of the medial arch is followed by modifications of the Young's tendosuspension.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Approaches to Digital Surgery
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This video presents a comprehensive surgical approach to digital deformity. Five specific surgical procedures are described for varying digital deformities or hammer toes: PIPJ Arthroplasty, PIPJ Arthrodesis, Extensor Tendon Z-plasty, Extensor Hood Recession and MPJ Capsulotomy, and a 5th Digit PIPJ Arthroplasty with a Hemiphalangectomy. Preoperative evaluation and selection of procedure are clearly illustrated and presented in live surgical film. Principles of surgical dissection, technique and postoperative management are emphasized.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Base Wedge Osteotomy in Hallux Valgus Surgery
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The vital aspects of the Base Wedge procedure are covered in detail including the mechanical basis and execution of a base wedge osteotomy with the "Hinge Concept," rigid internal compression fixation and postoperative management. The illustrations and live demonstrations succinctly present the total concept and execution of the base osteotomy.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Common Foot Deformities
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Available in English and Spanish
Intended for the lay audience, this video explains, "What is a Podiatrist" and covers the scope of podiatric practice. The narration is supported with clinical photography, radiographs, and vivid illustrations. Common conditions encountered in a podiatric practice are described, including neuromas, hallux valgus, pes cavus, pes valgus, ingrown toenails, corns, and heel pain. This is a 15-minute presentation, repeated on the tape for continuous play in your waiting room or at a health fair.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Implant Arthroplasty of the Lesser MPJs
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This video presents the technical aspects for total joint replacement of the lesser MPJ. Indications for use of the implant are reviewed, technical nuances are detailed and the procedure is depicted through live surgical footage and illustrations.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Modifications of the Austin Bunionectomy
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This video clearly presents the most current modifications of the Austin bunionectomy with demonstration of the axis guide osteotomy technique. Three different techniques of fixation and osteotomy are covered, (1 screw, 2 screw and K-wire). The application of anatomic dissection is used as the basis of the procedure and the most subtle techniques of precision and finesse in hallux valgus surgery are depicted. The adductor tendon transfer is presented in detail.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Peroneus Longus Tendon Transfer For Paralytic Dropfoot
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Peroneus longus tendon transfer to the dorsum of the foot via split tendon-to-tendon anastomosis is an excellent treatment for paralytic dropfoot in select patients. A detailed description of the technique is presented. Pre- and postoperative evaluations and gait analysis of a young male diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease are also presented. Surgical detail and follow-up examinations are the high points of the photography.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Refinements in Digital Surgery
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This teaching film is designed to clearly present the intricate details of digital surgery. The standard techniques of hammer toe surgery are described in meticulous detail and many nuances and innovations in technique are presented. The fundamentals and advanced skills of digital surgery are presented in a clear and systematic fashion, from primary digital techniques to the advanced procedures necessary for repair of the most challenging digital deformities.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Refinements in Implant Arthroplasty
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This video presents a hemi implant arthroplasty and a total implant arthroplasty of the first metatarsophalangeal joint. Anatomic dissection and methodical instrumentation are emphasized.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Regional Anesthesia: An Ankle Block Technique
The Podiatry Institute *Videos* (2022) (36) The Podiatry Institute *Videos* (2022) (37) The Podiatry Institute *Videos* (2022) (38)This video presents a sophisticated technique for regional anesthesia at the ankle. The traditional procedure using 3ccs of local anesthetic is described, followed by the identification of specific nerve trunks. The six nerves that cross the ankle are identified through the use of detailed animation, cadaveric dissection and live clinical application of the nerve block.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Rigid Internal Compression Fixation as Applied to Triple Arthrodesis
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This video demonstrates the surgical technique of triple arthrodesis and the application of rigid internal compression fixation principles as advocated by the Swiss Association for Internal Fixation. The video presents a case study of a 60-year old female with preoperative evaluation, a surgical procedure with compression screw fixation, postoperative radiographs, and eighteen month follow-up gait studies. The advantages of rigid internal fixation are discussed.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Surgical Resection of Morton's Neuroma
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This video presents a comprehensive animated view of the surgical anatomy of Morton's neuroma, followed by an illustrated discussion of the three common approaches to its surgical resection. Careful attention is paid to perioperative considerations as well as technical detail.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Triceps Surgery
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This video analyzes the surgical correction of contracture of the triceps muscle group. The Tendo Achillis Lengthening (TAL) is presented for release of total triceps contracture. Three separate surgical procedures are illustrated for the TAL. The Gastrocnemius Recession is presented for correction of the isolated gastrocnemius contracture. Careful attention is paid to surgical technique and dissection of the triceps tendon.

CD-ROM or DVD $50.00.

Click this link to view the surgical videos we have so far.. All videos are in full color with sound, are approximately 30 minutes in length, and were produced by the Podiatry Institute.. Click on any title for more information about the content of that particular video.. A Simplified Technique for Phenol Nail Surgeryand a Technique for Digital Anesthetic Block Using detailed illustrations, animation and live surgical footage, this DVD presents techniques for both partial and total nail removal.. Step by step technique is presented through the use of extensive live surgical footage as well as detailed illustrations.. Both vivid illustration and detailed live surgical demonstrations are utilized to demonstrate the concepts of anatomic surgical dissection of the first MPJ.. Principles of surgical dissection, technique and postoperative management are emphasized.. The illustrations and live demonstrations succinctly present the total concept and execution of the base osteotomy.

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Back to Top Common Foot and Ankle Conditions:. An Overview and Treatment Discussion This presentation explains "What is a Podiatrist" and covers the scope of podiatric practice.. Back to Top Common Foot Myths Suitable for lay audiences, this lecture presents a look at 7 common foot myths.. This lecture is produced in the same style as the other Institute slide lectures, allowing the lecturer to mix and match slides.. Back to Top Geriatric Foot and Leg Designed for presentation to the lay audience, this lecture explains vascular disease and its effect on the feet, Arteriosclerosis, Skin Changes in the Geriatric Patient, Varicose Veins, Corns, Callouses, Dermatitis, Tinea Pedis, and Proper Nail Care.. Back to Top Heel Pain Geared toward the lay audience, this lecture presents a concise look at the major causes and common treatments for heel pain.. Back to Top Podiatric Sports Medicine This lecture is suitable for a wide range of audiences, and discusses the common conditions seen in the sports enthusiast.. Diagnosis, prevention, and treatment are discussed for many conditions including: Overuse Injuries, Traumatic Injuries, Blisters, Jogger's/Tennis Toe, Ingrown Toenail, Turf Toe, Neuromas, Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs, Sever's Disease, Ankle Sprains, Achilles Tendinitis, Calf Muscle Tear, Shin Pain, Fractures, and Knee Injuries.. Back to Top Running Injuries This lecture is designed for lecturing to everyone from the daily walker to the competitive running athlete.. Topic areas include injuries ranging from the toes to the hip and back including: Jogger’s toe, ingrown nails, heel pain, neuroma, Achilles tendonitis, various types of leg pain, stress fractures, Patellofemoral syndrome, Iliotibial injuries and common adolescent injuries including Sever’s disease and Osgood-Schlatter’s Disease.. Back to Top Your Foot and Diabetes This lecture is designed to assist the practitioner in diabetic patient education.. Back to Top Foot and Leg Trauma Designed for presentation to other medical professionals, this lecture presents traumatic conditions which occur in the foot and leg.. Back to Top Primary Foot Care This lecture is designed to help the podiatric physician effectively practice in the managed care arena by providing the primary care provider with information on the treatment of uncomplicated foot problems.

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FAQs

What is the common problem treated by podiatrist? ›

The most common foot problem that a podiatrist treats is heel pain. Heel pain can be caused by a variety of different conditions, such as plantar fasciitis or Achilles tendinitis. Treatment for heel pain often includes things like stretching exercises, orthotic devices, or cortisone injections.

What tools do podiatrists use? ›

Podiatry Surgical Instruments
  • Surgical Curettes.
  • Chisels and Osteotomes.
  • Cuticle and Tissue Nippers.
  • Nail Splitters including English Anvil.
  • Nail Nippers.
  • Nail Rasps.
  • Metatarsal Elevators.
  • Retractors.

What are the benefits of seeing a podiatrist? ›

6 Benefits of Visiting Your Podiatrist
  • They Really Know Their Stuff. ...
  • They Treat a Wide Variety of Foot Conditions. ...
  • Podiatrists Know What You Need to Heal. ...
  • They Help Athletes Get Back on Their Feet. ...
  • They Can Recommend Healthy Lifestyle Changes. ...
  • They Can Help Prevent Future Injury.
Jun 11, 2019

What is the scope of a podiatrist? ›

Current Scope of Practice

Diagnosing, treating, operating and prescribing for any disease, injury, deformity or other condition of the foot. May include performing physical evaluations in conjunction with the provision of podiatric treatment. Treatment of traumatic open wound foot fractures only in hospitals.

Is a podiatrist a real doctor? ›

They are DPM's; they are a doctor of podiatric medicine; they can be both surgeon and a physician at the same time and they specialise in treating the ankle, foot and other related areas of the leg.

What are signs of diabetic feet? ›

Signs of Diabetic Foot Problems
  • Changes in skin color.
  • Changes in skin temperature.
  • Swelling in the foot or ankle.
  • Pain in the legs.
  • Open sores on the feet that are slow to heal or are draining.
  • Ingrown toenails or toenails infected with fungus.
  • Corns or calluses.
  • Dry cracks in the skin, especially around the heel.
Jun 22, 2021

How does a podiatrist remove calluses? ›

The primary method of how do podiatrists remove calluses is with a sterile surgical blade. Slowly and methodically, the podiatrist moves the blade across the callused area. One layer of dead skin is removed with each passing of the surgical blade.

What are podiatry nail clippers called? ›

Nail Nipper, 5” (12.7 cm), straight, stainless steel. MH40-227-SS. Nail Nipper, 6” (15.2 cm), heavy, straight, stainless steel.

Can you use a Dremel on your feet? ›

As you become more comfortable using the Dremel MultiTool on your feet you will be able to work on hard pads of skin on the side of the toes or foot. After each session, apply a suitable foot moisturizing cream to keep the skin soft and supple. Over time you will greatly reduce hard skin bumps.

What are the pros and cons of being a podiatrist? ›

The pros and cons of a career as a podiatrist

Podiatrists have an excellent career outlook and high job security. Podiatrists are highly respected and regarded members of the community. There is high levels of personal satisfaction. No two days are the same and there is rarely a boring day as a podiatrist.

What are the benefits of good foot care? ›

Good foot care has benefits such as:
  • reducing pain.
  • increasing mobility and physical activity.
  • increasing self-esteem and confidence.
  • increasing and supporting social contact, sport and exercise.
  • reducing the risk of trips and falls.

Can a podiatrist do surgery? ›

A podiatrist is specifically trained to assess, diagnose and manage foot complaints. Whilst a podiatrist is not medically trained and therefore not a doctor, extensive postgraduate training enables podiatrists to perform foot surgery.

Can a podiatrist write a prescription? ›

Podiatrists have the same rights to prescribing, administering, and dispensing medication that all licensed physicians do. However, podiatrists are limited to prescribing medications that treat their patients' foot conditions.

Is becoming a podiatrist worth it? ›

The average podiatrist makes $148,000 per year, which is substantially less than the average physician, yet podiatry school is roughly the same cost as medical school – approximately $40,000 per year. With four years of medical school and 3 years of internal medicine residency, you would make an average of $248,000.

Does podiatrist have Dr title? ›

Podiatrists are doctors, but they don't go to traditional medical school. They have their own schools and professional associations. They also have "DPM" (doctor of podiatric medicine) after their names instead of "MD" (medical doctor).

What is the difference between a foot doctor and a podiatrist? ›

Podiatrists attend podiatry school and typically complete a brief residency thereafter. As such, podiatrists are not medical doctors (MDs). While orthopaedic surgeons and podiatrists both may treat foot and ankle problems, the orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon is qualified to address a more complex level of problems.

Is it better to go to a podiatrist or orthopedist? ›

As a general guideline, if you have an injury, condition, or symptoms affecting your foot or ankle health, it's best to see a podiatrist. If you have an injury, condition, or symptoms affecting any other part of your musculoskeletal system, it's best to see an orthopedic physician.

What are 3 things you should never do to the feet of someone with diabetes? ›

Avoid soaking your feet, as this can lead to dry skin. Dry your feet gently, especially between the toes. Moisturize your feet and ankles with lotion or petroleum jelly. Do not put oils or creams between your toes — the extra moisture can lead to infection.

What part of the foot hurts with diabetes? ›

Look over both feet carefully every day, and be sure you check between all of your toes. Blisters and infections can start between your toes, and with diabetic neuropathy, you may not feel them until they've become irritated or infected.

What do diabetic legs look like? ›

Also known as “shin spots,” the hallmark of diabetic dermopathy is light brown, scaly patches of skin, often occurring on the shins. These patches may be oval or circular. They're caused by damage to the small blood vessels that supply the tissues with nutrition and oxygen.

How do I permanently get rid of hard skin on my feet? ›

How do I remove hard skin?
  1. Soak the area of hard skin in warm water for 10 minutes. This will help to soften the skin, making it easier to remove.
  2. Gently apply a pumice stone or large nail file to the area. ...
  3. Follow up with moisturizer to soothe the skin.
Jul 27, 2018

Will a podiatrist remove hard skin? ›

Thankfully, dead skin is a common issue that podiatrists deal with. No matter how bad your issue might be, podiatrists can remove the dry skin with specialized tools and treat you with the necessary lotions and advice to allow your feet to heal back to normal.

How do you get rid of a deep callus on the bottom of your foot? ›

Soaking corns and calluses in warm, soapy water softens them. This can make it easier to remove the thickened skin. Thin thickened skin. Once you've softened the affected skin, rub the corn or callus with a pumice stone, nail file, emery board or washcloth.

What is the best tool to cut thick toenails? ›

Nail clippers or manicure scissors are appropriate. Avoid tools such as regular scissors or knives that aren't specifically designed for cutting nails. You should have two nail clippers — one for your fingers and one for your toes. Since your toenails are broader and thicker, they require a larger clipper.

How do you get rid of thick toenails? ›

Soften your nails first by applying urea cream (Aluvea, Keralac) and wrapping your feet in bandages at night. Then, wash off the urea cream, and use a nail clipper and nail file to trim your nails. Apply an over-the-counter fungal treatment after you gently file your nails. Apply Vicks VapoRub on your toenail each day.

Why do toenails thicken with age? ›

Blood circulation is when the small blood vessels in our feet begin to narrow and become thicker, making it harder for the blood to flow. This then causes the nail cells to build up causing the nail to thicken from the nail root. This process is called onychoctes.

What is best for callus removing? ›

A pumice stone is the most classic callus remover of all time, and this is one great option.

Can you use a Dremel on thick toenails? ›

Not all nails will require a Dremel sander, however, it is common that you'll see dystrophic nails in this line of work. Dystrophic nails can be thinned through manual sanding, however, the quickest and most effective way to sand very thick toenails is with an electric sanding device.

Where do podiatrist make the most money? ›

Industry profile for Podiatrists:
IndustryEmployment (1)Annual mean wage (2)
Offices of Physicians1,660$ 204,130
Federal Executive Branch (OEWS Designation)830$ 153,810
Outpatient Care Centers210$ 188,390
General Medical and Surgical Hospitals760$ 147,360
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Are podiatrist happy? ›

Podiatrists are below average when it comes to happiness. At CareerExplorer, we conduct an ongoing survey with millions of people and ask them how satisfied they are with their careers. As it turns out, podiatrists rate their career happiness 2.9 out of 5 stars which puts them in the bottom 23% of careers.

Why did you become a podiatrist? ›

Achieve work-life balance. Unlike many other medical professionals, podiatrists often benefit from flexible hours. This makes it far easier to raise a family, pursue hobbies, and maintain a healthy work-life balance. Podiatrists can also choose to practice medicine in a hospital system or a private practice.

What happens when you don't take care of your feet? ›

Overuse, shoes that don't fit properly and even genetics can lead to injuries and disorders of the foot that can greatly impact your mobility. Aside from some foot issues becoming incredibly painful, they can also make you more susceptible to accidents. You risk falling if foot issues persist.

What are some common foot problems? ›

Common foot problems
  • Athlete's foot. Itchy, stinging, and burning feet and toes may be signs of athlete's foot. ...
  • Blisters. Raised pockets of fluid on your feet are known as blisters. ...
  • Bunions. A bump on the side of your big toe may be a bunion. ...
  • Corns. ...
  • Plantar fasciitis. ...
  • Heel spur. ...
  • Claw toe. ...
  • Mallet or hammer toe.
Jul 26, 2017

Why are diabetics feet so important? ›

Diabetes can reduce blood circulation and damage the nerves to the feet. Ask your doctor to examine your feet regularly for any evidence of nerve damage or poor circulation. Foot problems can be avoided if you take care of your feet and act quickly if you have a problem.

What are the most common foot problems? ›

Common foot problems
  • Athlete's foot. Itchy, stinging, and burning feet and toes may be signs of athlete's foot. ...
  • Blisters. Raised pockets of fluid on your feet are known as blisters. ...
  • Bunions. A bump on the side of your big toe may be a bunion. ...
  • Corns. ...
  • Plantar fasciitis. ...
  • Heel spur. ...
  • Claw toe. ...
  • Mallet or hammer toe.
Jul 26, 2017

What is one of the most common disorders of the foot? ›

Most common cause is plantar fasciitis. The long ligament originating in our heel sends slips to the toes and can become inflamed with a flexible arch and flat foot.

What are common foot problems in older adults? ›

Aging feet need special care as the risks for chronic foot problems increase. These conditions often include corns, calluses, nail disorders, bunions, and hammertoes, to name a few. Systemic foot conditions associated with aging patients include arthritis, gout, and diabetes.

Which are most common Orthopaedic diseases of a foot? ›

Common Foot Disorders
  • Arthritis. Arthritis is a very common disease that causes the joints of the foot to become inflamed, which results in a stiff, painful feeling. ...
  • Bunions. This deformity occurs in the first metatarsophalangeal joint located at the base of the big toe. ...
  • Hammer Toe. ...
  • Plantar Fasciitis.
Mar 29, 2015

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