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Plantar Fasciitis is now the most common foot disorder that physicians treat

Plantar Fasciitis is now the most common foot disorder that physicians treat

And you should be telling people to stretch that this blog point makes.

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alan Stein
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DPMs hate the truth

let’s see…4 years of college, 4 years of Podiatry school and 3 years of residency. for what?? Treating pathology of the foot and ankle that 14 other specialties can do and they all have a FULL license. Reimbursement still dropping like a rock. Podiatry on an island yet they want to take the USMLE? How much BS does the APMA put out? This will never happen….never !

Dumber than Dingle Barry
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Dumber than Dingle Barry

Ask Daniel. He supports this bullshit

robert bijak
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robert bijak

Thanks to MONEY LOVING BARRY BLOCK AND PAUL KESSELMAN anyone reading PM News thinks PODIATRISTS ARE “DOCTORS OF SHOES”>>>PERIOD! Why should they think otherwise? Kesselamn is CRAZY OVER MONEY AND BUSINESS. Once again he goes into excruciating detail about getting paid to SELL SHOES. Also he’s excited about EXTRACTING MONEY from DIABETICS AND DME’S He calls it a WIN WIN. Are you podiatrists out there too stupid to see how these BAD MEN are hurting YOU? While (some of) YOU are trying to act (play) DOCTOR you are getting NO RESPECT because the mainstream attaches you with shoes, shoe inserts… Read more »

Sloppy Foot
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Sloppy Foot

blochs, shartmans, kesselweasel, jokesephs, danny boy, etc…there’s a commonality b/w them…..

jeff
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jeff

Robert, I wish we had more people in this Profession like you!

Reality......It's Traumatic
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Reality......It's Traumatic

He was silenced bc he spoke the truth and his reality. dp wtfs are allergic to reality. Hence, he was banned.

robert bijak
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robert bijak

$15,000 cost of fascitis surgery?!!! Where? Someone owes me a lot of money. I lay first claim to the “ANGRY PODIATRIST” APPELATION! Man podiatry makes me angry. I thought the MD doesn’t know ANYTHING about the foot. What does he know about heel pain? Uh, were the quack colleges lying to get our money? You figure it out.

Septic Tank Stank
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Septic Tank Stank

How much does Shylock get for reprinting other’s bullshit?

Past Member
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Mr. Septic Stinking Tank

Barry Block makes a decent living out of copying and pasting. No question !!
He was never capable of practicing the law thing or the foot thing. FACT !
Plus Barry does not think his shit stinks. He flushes his clean shit into a clean septic tank.

Eddy Mex
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Eddy

Plantar fasciitis. A running commentary of the podiatrical method—it’s a technique to make the most from the least. But first consider the ‘My Feet are Killing Me’ show—yup showtime toe time: How is it that the highly trained bunion jockeys remove the socks rather than asking the patient to do it the way they do? It’s like they’re transmitting they only wanna get to the toe of the matter and peel of socks. You can pick up so much by watching the patient do it themselves, ie., coordination, tremor, a fair gaze at the finger nails and eyes. But no,… Read more »

Eddy Mex
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Eddy

In ‘A Few Good Pods,” jack Nicholson’s character, Col. Jessup’s skin gets crawled into—a sign of plantar fasciitis—and boldly states: “YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE FOOT,” ultimately heralding his downfall-arrest. The two marines charged got a dishonorable discharge bumming them out. Their lawyer, Tom Cruise tells one of them they don’t need a badge to have honor or a code. Pods, for the most part NEED a badge of sorts. Sure, there’s sucker loot in the foot, but mostly Ps piss it away: Beware the dangerous animal with meaningless accolades and certifications only a lifer chiropractor could devise. The chiropractic neurologist,… Read more »

Rearfoot Surgeon All the Way!!!
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Rearfoot Surgeon All the Way!!!

what is this nonsense?

Rearfoot Surgeon All the Way!!!
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Rearfoot Surgeon All the Way!!!

enough already. no one cares about your nosense. stop being negative and stop the old man stories that go on and on

robert bijak
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robert bijak

You DON’T GET IT DO YOU R.F.? You think because you’re an r.f. you’re a big deal? WTF. MD’s, PA’s, and everyone without a wtf certificate don’t even think in those fractionated terms. ONLY WTF’S DO because they’re fighting to be king of the mountain, but the mountain is only a MACULE ( not even a papule) on the skin of the MAINSTREAM. There’s a lot to be learned from “old man stories” if you’re SMART ENOUGH TO DISCERN THE SUBTLEY. I detect an arrogance and narcissim that would melt like gossamer cotton candy in front of REAL MD ORTHOPEDIC… Read more »

Eddy Mex
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Eddy

Rearfoot, thanks for demonstrating that lifer pods are the mutant tadpoles that dwell in the Koi pond of healthcare.

Rearfoot Surgeon All the Way!!!
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Rearfoot Surgeon All the Way!!!

I dont know what your talking about but we are surgeons and you guys are podiatrists with no residency training. Maybe get some training and youll be a surgeon.

Rearfoot Surgeon All the Way!!!
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Rearfoot Surgeon All the Way!!!

What does that even mean? tadpoles, a koy pond, healthcare? Sounds demented

Sybly
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Sybly

Thanks Eddy for wonderful advice! Be well friend! Sorry about negative comments posted ..,,

Eddy Mex
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Eddy

Sybly, I appreciate your kind Post. Robert aptly describes the arrogance of inexperience, and the fundamental concepts shaped by seven years (?). It’s unlikely that RF will do one or two rear foot procedures a month. There is something to be said for RF’s enthusiasm, and pardon any trespass on a body of knowledge unlearned. It would be difficult imagining a ‘surgeon’ incapable of comprehending the myriad of organ systems, pathways interactions with unforeseen consequences which occur in clinical medicine and surgery and overall patient care. These ‘gaps’ will likely remain outside the podiatric grasp until changes in the training… Read more »

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