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Meet Dr. Strut, the Podiatrist Puppet

Meet Dr. Strut, the Podiatrist Puppet

This is actually kind of funny and was made by an orthotic company that is apparently busting through the bunion myths.

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anomynous anomynous
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My personal opinions: Educational for the public, specifically recommending people see a podiatrist. Awesome to have applause after this recommendation is made. Also nice music. Congrats for creativity. Creative comical humor.

Septic Tank Stank
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Septic Tank Stank

What’s with the ‘personal opinions’ disclaimer? Is a podlietry thing?

robert bijak
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robert bijak

MISTER CHASKIN, you need to see a psychiatrist. You’re the type who is so mentally deluded that you would be grateful that the enemy who makes the ammunition that will kill your comrades HAS A JOB. Some of your synapses are mis-wired.

Bozoblum
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Bozoblum

Stockholm Syndrome Robert.

anomynous anomynous
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Robert, many other podiatrists are out to help patients, as well as help each other. We are part of an honorable profession.

Sybly
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Sybly

Are you putting a lot time on your bong?

Greg the bunion slayer
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Greg Ladavotich

He must’ve done the soundtrack…
They should’ve hired Triumph the Rottweiler, he would’ve been funnier

Dumber than Dingle Barry
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Dumber than Dingle Barry

Personal opinion: you appear indoctrinated and part of the podiatry cult.

robert bijak
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robert bijak

MISTER CHASKIN, Your naivete and syrupy sentiment makes me suspect of your true motives. I don’t trust you. One minute you’re here, next you’re adoring Barry Block. You sir are a vacillator. An amorphous, quasi, gumby like, goody two SHOES, untrustworthy PODIATRIST! I see you as a poster child for QUIZLINGS.

Danny Boyed
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Danny Boyed

It’s very important that you meet Mr Shlock. The puppet propagandist for the podiatry world. We need to help our customers buy swill on that intrenet-help Bozos get another billion. We need to love our brothers because we’re doctors of pediatric medicine, sorry podiatric. We need to love the positivity and promote a corrupt trade that exists to extract money from the dupes and the rubes. the puppet is like barking anus podiatry and gotham bat man footologists. It was a great amazing fantastic trade that we all should be very proud. So brothers, please grab your well oiled dermatioscope,… Read more »

robert bijak
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robert bijak

Just breezed through an article by the NON MD foot technician Joseph Vella IN “TECHNICIAN TODAY”, about MELANOMA AND WHEN TO REFER. The majority of the article is just copied from a derm or internal med book with the standard descriptions. The TAKE AWAY POINT IS: DERMATOLOGIST do the best excisions and have the best DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY. PLASTIC SURGEONS DO THE BEST ON DIFFICULT ANATOMICAL LOCATIONS. GP’S WERE BELOW THEM. FOOT TECHNICIAN WEREN’T EVEN CONSIDERED. OTHER TAKE AWAY POINT: It says the best thing is for the patient to see a PHYSICIAN (not podiatric “physician”) who is experienced in ONCOLOGY… Read more »

anomynous anomynous
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Any medical doctor without dermatoscopes, lack the ability to see a wide field of structures and patterns beneath the skin that are invisible to the naked eye. Without such instrumentation, superficial spreading melanoma, pseudopods, irregular vascular structures other than comma shaped vessels can be missed. If I were a patient, I would choose an experienced podiatrist with a dermatoscope, rather than any medical doctor without a dermatoscope to make a diagnosis regarding a foot lesion. Such instrumentation is also helpful in planning the propper excision. There are so many plastic surgical closure techniques available to any podiatrist, md treating a… Read more »

anomynous anomynous
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Robert, I believe podiatry is not merely a trade but indeed a wonderful profession. I am privileged to be a podiatrist. I agree that melanoma is serious. This is another reason why dermatologists, physicians and podiatrists should embrace dermoscopy. The propper use and instrumentation in diagnosing foot lesions is more important than ones degree. Also being a podiatrist has an advantage regarding anatomic osseous scope of practice as being able to surgically treat osteomyelitis in the foot. Always remember, if in doubt see a podiatrist today. My opinion is most podiatrists are knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. Furthermore, there are a… Read more »

robert bijak
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robert bijak

Yeah, a finger puppet is about the right level for the podiatry trade. Can you imagine a cardiologist with a “STENT” puppet?! “I’ll crawl into your coronary artery and stretch my arms out like Charles Atlas and keep your artery open and your blood flowing”. What about this HALF TRUTH? TRUE PART: “Podiatrist use orthotics all the time”. False part: They make your bunions better. Podiatrist use them all the time because they make about 20-25% of their income SELLING THEM. Show me a scientifically peer reviewed article that shows orthotics prevent bunions, retard bunions, or make them go away.… Read more »

Rosenslum
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Rosenslum

It’s very apropos for podupetry. A finger puppet.

robert bijak
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robert bijak

HEY, I like that. A FINGER PUPPET FOR THE ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON AND THE P.A.. Like checking for a hypertrophied prostate their finger allows the podiatric puppet permission to pumice toenails et. al..

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