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The Republic of Chaz in Seattle is hiring Podiatrists

The Republic of Chaz in Seattle is hiring Podiatrists

This is exciting. They are starting a new country off correctly. They are looking for a Podiatrist to help fight the scourge of toenail fungus that has apparently broken out in Chaz.

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ToeLegit2Quit

where o where was dorsiflexion show yourself please, dont. be. shy! where o where was that dorsiflexion? Where you hiding on the frontal plane. Time is short, you gotta live right now! dont forget that fun. we. had! Danny BOY!!!! SING IT BRO!!!! Please! Write into Shylock’s funny propaganda rag and talk about those funny shoes and non residumpsey bluez!!

Morty Knish
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Morty Knish

Podiatry was built on the backs/feet of Black People. #cancelPodiatry

Thanh Dum
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Thanh Dum

Lipstick on a pig. Honey on a turd. Doesn’t matter how many dermatioscopes one pretends to use, or advocate, with fake degrees, fake certifications, board bs, continuing footy ed, you’re still a wtf.

Greg the bunion slayer
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Greg Ladavotich

What does shit look like under a dermatoscope? Pretty much the same as it looks with the naked eye.

Eddy Mex
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Hmm…you’d have to get past the smell—Reckon it looks the same. You see many suffer with RSB (rectal sphincter breakthrough)-a remarkable condition whereby an ass wipe punctures and fecal residue appears on hand, often beneath the nail. A condition found with busy wtfs in a rush to get out there and get back on the hamster wheel (T)…Recall the film/book Goldfinger…let your imagination roll—Time to begin working on an ejector toilet. I could call asswhipes asswhipes, but someone will-

robert bijak
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robert bijak

Good to read you Eddy.

robert bijak
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robert bijak

Podiatry is a stupid non doctoral profession and I can prove it. One QUACK PODIATRIST named KIRLIN anecdotally opines that WEARING 2 masks is MORE EFFECTIVE THAN A VACCINE! We don’t need no stink’n vaccine. Maybe he thinks this because PODIATRISTS ARE FORBIDDEN BY LAW TO GIVE A VACCINATION. Pharmacists are allowed to but not wtf’s! What kind of “dr” is forbidden to give a vaccination? A non doctor that’s what kind. And, what kind of education in microbiology do those quacks take? No proof, and no consensus by the mainstream medical community, just BIG MOUTHED NARCISSITIC PODIATRIC QUACKERY WITH… Read more »

Justin
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Robert, lots to comment on, but I’ll just focus on Podiatrist Kirlin. Just stupid. He can’t treat COVID. Why even talk about it! Where’s the double mask proof? Is he selling masks? Why must podiatrists behave as if they know everything, when in reality they know very little? Podiatry is really a sorry profession. The smaller enrollment in podiatry schools is a good sign. Fewer young people throwing their time and money away.

robert bijak
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robert bijak

“Why must podiatrist behave as if they know everything”? Ans.: The need to hide their true INSECURITY. Lifers hide it the best

ToeLegit2Quit
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ToeLegit2Quit

wear 2 masks? Why stop there? wear 5 masks that way, one can keep out Hanks Disease.

Greg the bunion slayer
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Greg Ladavotich

I came up with something better: stuff both nose holes with cotton balls, then put on a mask. Much better than double masking or a vaccine. One suggestion for your poddies out there that try this: remember to breathe through your mouth, otherwise you’ll suffocate. Make sure the mask is secure so you don’t suck in any nail dust.

Eddy Mex
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Simply take a roll of toilet paper, and wrap wrap wrap—The Mummy and the money. Well stated TK2Quit-

Thanh Dum
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Thanh Dum

Where o where was dorsiflexion. hide that dermatoscope please dont be shy. time is short we gotta live right now. dont forget that fun we had. times are changin everydayyyyy.

Dumb Pods
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Dumb Pods

Who is dumber ?

Elliot Udell or Dan Chaskin ?

Dumb Pods
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Dumb Pods

meant to say “Elliot the Idiot”.

robert bijak
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robert bijak

They are both champions of podiatric idiocy in their own realms

ToeLegit2Quit
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ToeLegit2Quit

dumb and dumberer

ToeLegit2Quit
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ToeLegit2Quit

They were legends in their own wtf minds. Hive mentalities and group think.

anomynous anomynous
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anomynous anomynous

Robert, if dermoscopy was podiatric idiocy, it would not be embraced by dermatologists at Memorial Sloan Kettering. You are entitled to your opinion.
Dermatologists who do not use dermoscopy are entitled to their opinions until dermoscopy becomes the standard of care.
By the way Robert, please stay safe during this covid 19 emergency. Wear a mask and practice social distancing. Wish you well.

robert bijak
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robert bijak

Dan, I find your platitudes disingenuous and syrupy adulations do not compensate for non trained podiatrists. DERMASCOPY IS NOT THE STANDARD OF CARE IN PODIATRY. IT IS NOT TAUGHT IN PODIATRY SCHOOLS AND UNLESS YOU PROVIDE EVIDENCE THAT IT’S BETTER THAN BIOPSY I say the QUALITATIVE ASSESMENT OF DERMASCOPY IS SUPLANTED BY BIOPSY, PERIOD. I can see dermascopy on the FACE or somewhere where biopsy may be disfiguring but that doesn’t really apply to the foot.

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anomynous anomynous

Robert, to ignore glaberous areas of the foot
Distal to Wallace’s line without dermoscopy could be life threatening. As far as my platitudes being disingenuous, one cannot bill out for the procedure dermoscopy. So please explain why you feel they are disingenuous. You are entitled to your opinion, but why not first go to the journalofdermoscopy.com research all that is posted there, then perhaps you may change your mind. It might take about 3 days to review all the material and links.

robert bijak
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robert bijak

The disingenuity I refer to is the patronizing mask and
keep a safe distance line. I am not referring to billing except to say that if most insurance companies don’t cover it it’s because it’s not considered a proven standard of care better than biopsy. It sounds to me that the learning curve and subjectivity does not warrant dermos copy over biopsy. You found something YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SO GOOD FOR YOU. I don’t pretend I’m a Doctor and I don’t pretend I’m a Dermatologist.

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anomynous anomynous

Robert, I recall you wanted an example of a podiatrist practicing wound care salvage. Check out the experimental procedure published at http://www.journalofdermoscopy.com If a vascular doctor says there is a window for a transmetatarsal amputation, this likely would not heal in the presence of coumadin necrosis. An experimental procedure of dermatoscopic foot surgery discovered by Chaskin a podiatrist not only healed the toes, but the toes began growing back longer and healed. Patient has no pain in sneakers and ambulating without pain. Perhaps many years from now others will embrace dermatoscopic foot surgery. Try to find any other case gangrenous… Read more »

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robert bijak
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robert bijak

I looked at your video. YOUR Journal of Dermoscopy is written by you, edited by you and seems to have been engendered by some seminars YOU attended. I note you make frequent references to legal issues claiming these are your opinions so you do not seem to want to stand by your principles. You go into exquisite detail parroting what you heard in some other seminars and make my point that this is a subjective qualitative endeavor which has some academic interest but is far too undeveloped for regular use. Biopsy still supplants dermascopy in my opinion. Besides, I don’t… Read more »

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Robert. Look at the before and after pictures of this diabetic patient who was diabetic, had msra osteomyelitis and whose vascular doctor said you have a window for a transmetatarsal amputation and the infectious disease doctor said we are waiting for the line of demarcation. This pat6came for experimental dermatoscopic foot surgery to avoid a transmetatarsal amputation that might have resulted in further complications. Other podiatrists as well as a vascular specialist agreed the results of having the toes heal and appear longer than they were were impressive. This is especially true since the patients extreme pain is gone and… Read more »

Black Pill Footology
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Black Pill Footology

psychosis: a severe mental disorder in which thought and emotions are so impaired that contact is lost with external reality. Most podiatrists.

Dumb Pods
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Dumb Pods

ditto Black Pill !

robert bijak
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robert bijak

CLOGS AND QUACKS! Only an idiot could read PM News today and still apply to or stay in podiatry school. The self proclaimed “voice” tries depict podiatry as so important that articles are written about it. They don’t realize these “articles” are advertisements. Podiatrist Franklin warns about the GREATERE # OF FOOT INJURIES IN THE SUMMER! Naturally Shoe references abound. Flip flops, sandals and other NON MEDICAL, NON DOCTORAL information. 7 years for this? Podiatrist Petkov sounds like he shilling for Treadmill sales. He cites the powerful fan to cool you and the sound construction in MONEY MAGAZINE. We won’t… Read more »

Angry Grandpa
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Angry Grandpa

Old louiiee leveeei tries to appear relevant and timely. It’s pathologic with them. they narcissistically need to be in the lime light. and what better way than to write into the nation’s ‘premier’, socks, shoes, and toenail times that cuts/pastes/censors and banned Robert for telling the truth–right Danny? What say you? Robert IS/WAS detrimental to his money extraction shysterhood. So, like a “good” lil DP WTF-the shylock banned Robert.

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

The US empire was a business. The “opportunity” was business. Salesmanshit, marketing, propaganda, hustling-huckstering, sell, sell, sell, buy, buy, buy—–why would podupetry be any different? If one chose to live in such a shit hole, they were CONsumers. Not citizens. Simply, tax and debt slaves hamstering into oblivion.

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Hi, i am dumb shit DP WTF. Watch my amateur hour videos. Now, during these very bad and very stressful unprecedented fill in blank times, we all might develop expensive foot conditions because we’re stuck at home with our fat slob of a spouse and useless millenial kiddos still living at home-failure to launch. Now, Please use a soda pop can and roll your feet up and down. oooh, yah, Up and down baby. Get that exercise in for today and wear a mask because that virus could getcha! the rhtyum is gonna getcha too! Also, see a Dp WTF… Read more »

Flatus
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Douche Stinker ‘s kitchen looked very nice, . Like the huge industrial looking refrigerator to showcase the inferiority complexes and simpleton exercises for morons. Such a nice boy. Where’s the yamulke? The podiatry business appears so good to many nebbishes and gonifs.

robert bijak
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robert bijak

Proving my point below, I just read a Clinical Quiz in “MPR” re: Covid toes presented by podiatrist Maniscalo who is a Podiatry/”dermatology” “fellow”. The next sentence says he is UNDER, (that’s UNDER) Stephen Schleicher M.D.. In case your ego got in your way that was UNDER an MD! Just like the article below proves. Podiatrists do little original research. Here’s another case of STOLEN VALOR. The pod is watching the MD but will never be able to HONESTLY call himself a DERMATOLOGIST or ever be considered an AUTHORITY. Except perhaps for toenails, do you think Markinson is more of… Read more »

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anomynous anomynous

Dermatologists that do not use a dermatoscope are missing valuable information about structures and patterns underneath the skin blind to the naked eye compared to any health care provider that has such instrumentation. Even a biopsy taken by a dermatologist without a dermatoscope might miss superficial spreading melanoma that is picked up by a specialist that uses such instrumentation. I am trying to encourage every dermatologist I meet to embrace the use of dermoscopy. For example, a lesion that might be suspected as an ameleanotic melanoma is really benign if there is a sting of pearl distribution practically a clear… Read more »

Angry Grandpa
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Will podiatrists embrace looking at silly shoe pictures for relief? because some lifer whack job wrote into the barrister’s silly “news” about getting relief by looking at funny shoe pictures. that’s like a urologist getting “relief” from “funny” male underwear pictures. Do you understand what is being said, or perhaps grinding detritus hurt the frontal lobes?

robert bijak
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robert bijak

Man you’re mixed up. MD dermatologists don’t need lectures from podiatrists about how to dx skin conditions. THEY ARE the GOLD STANDARD. If it takes a wtf years to learn dermoscopy (from whom another wtf or an MD?) like you state I feel you should send them to a DOCTOR in the first place, or at least do a biopsy. I don’t believe dermoscopy supplants biopsy. You seem hung up on the billing too. Perhaps the insurance companies know the best ways to spend their money and dermoscopy (especially to non trained, non MD podiatrists) is inefficient and perhaps dangerous.… Read more »

Flatus
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Flatus

Danny Boy.

anomynous anomynous
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anomynous anomynous

MD dermatologists without a dermatoscope again Are not the gold standard if the naked eye misses structures and patterns beneath the skin. A dermatoscope has a much wider field than a vertical biopsy. Please check out atlas of Dermoscopy by Ash Marghoob. By the way, I recall he replied to my email about my discovery of an orange light used to distinguish the ridge from furrow patterns. We all can discover, invent ideas to save lives, prevent pain and decrease morbidity. One can invent be very competent without formal training. Results speak for themselves. Why biopsy a clearly dermatoscopic benign… Read more »

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Can you show me evidence that dermascopy by anyone, especially a dpwtf, is better than a microscopic exam by an M.D. DERMATOPATHOLOGIST? Btw, re: ” one can INVENT and be competent WITHOUT formal training”. If that was the case, there would be no need for STANDARDS or EXAMS to prove you meet the standards. Perhaps you’re failure to get a program has wrongly turned you against exams and standards. You have been claiming for YEARS you should be allowed in other states (even though you failed to get a program) therefore I can see why YOU would be AGAINST standards.… Read more »

ToeLegit2Quit
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ToeLegit2Quit

Think about all that time dan boy that you spent paying endless dues, fees, and writing in about your podiatric injustice. As Robert states you couldve gotten an MD degree in dermatopathology with all that wasted time. The national footsy club says thank you for all that dues money. Gastworthless flew 1st class, deluxe hotels, compted suppers, rode that escalator and smiled. all those faces in high places and did NOTHING. Gilbert Gottfried look alike smile. the shyster salesman smile. dan boy wake the fuck up.

Boots Toots
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Boots Toots

It was a form of brain damage. Most DP WTFS were brain damaged and this was yet another case study.

Eddy Mex
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Eddy

Thanks for that R-

Eddy Mex
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Eddy

Thank you R—a voice of reason and maturity-

Angry Grandpa
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Angry Grandpa

One can invent be very competent without formal training. Then have Barry Shlock do a whipple.

Greg the bunion slayer
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Greg Ladavotich

Danny, there’s a windmill out there for your to tackle…

Black Pill Footology
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Black Pill Footology

Danny Boy-we’re praying for you.

Eddy Mex
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Eddy

How about chest X-ray…mets? Cardiac valvular anomalies, brain scan…Naaaaah we use a dermatoscope—REFER REFER REFER

Eddy Mex
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Eddy

There is NO PODIATRIC residency—training programs, folks who get in the way re patients. Reshuffle your deck Braniac pods are pods are pods—Sorry AA, but credentials DO COUNT – (podo programs are a joke). Go log into Sermo or Doximity—maybe the grown ups won’t make you sit at the kiddy table on a holiday. Incidentally chiropractors have been using dermatoscope for over 20 years…Old news. Seems like your selling these like rheumatologists and GI, etc., folk hustle biologics: Have some – “qualified practitioner” is an ambiguous term which would include massage therapists—If you suspect REFER REFER REFER…this is getting old.… Read more »

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Eddy, please go to http://www.journalofdermoscopy.com Did any md or podiatrist ever used dermoscopy regarding wound care to get gangrenous toes to heal and begin to regrow? How is the public protected if the podiatrist that pointed out dermatoscopic foot surgery can be used regarding wound care cannot even get a licence in certain states because of a lack of podiatric residency training? Perhaps such podiatric training requires a resident to perform what might be unnecessary transmetatarsal amputations instead of experimental dermatoscopic foot surgery. I believe I am no better than anyone else without my dermatoscope. If such instrumentation is available,… Read more »

Thanh Dum
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Why on gods green earth would a non physician be using a dermascope? That’s for physician MDs not dp wtf technicians. What’s up with the typically podiatric slant on billing? Are you the guy who sings jazzy foot music? Stick to that and sell your records please not dermatology- leave that to real doctors.

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Non physicians with dermatoscopes have access to more information that I believe is needed for more accurate decision making than a dermatologist who cannot see a wider field of structures and patterns beneath the skin. Even a layperson without any license whatsoever can be taught its use. There was an online lecture I recall where a non physician was present at a seminar picked up a dermatoscope and diagnosed his own skin cancer. Dermatologists that soley rely on ABCDE criteria are missing so much information without using this instrumentation, biopsies of lesions such as superficial melanoma need dermoscopy to ensure… Read more »

robert bijak
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IT’S obvious why you didn’t get a program. You’re a mixed up kid. You didn’t provide evidence that dermascopy is better than biopsy and if you’re involved in a law suit your 2 years of self study will be meaningless. Why didn’t you just biopsy it “doctor”? Oh, you didn’t want to hurt the patient? How nice, BUT YOUR PATIENT IS DEAD! BECAUSE YOU MISSED A CANCER THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN PICKED UP BY A DEMATOPATHOLOGIST. And btw., if for some reason they missed it THEY WOULD BE RESPONSIBLE NOT YOU BECAUSE YOU DID WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE DONE. GAME… Read more »

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This is not a contest of what is better a dermatoscope or a vertical biopsy. Both are needed for the most accurate diagnosis. When I send in a specimen to a dermatopathologist I also can send in a dermatoscopic image which bas additional information about structures and patterns beneath the skin that might be missed on a formal vertical.biopsy. Attend a seminar at Memorial Sloan Kettering and ask Ash Marghoob or any of the speakers there the question who is better informed regarding treating a foot lesion with superficial dermal structures and patterns beneath the skin. A non md with… Read more »

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Regarding missing a cancer that is not picked up by a dermatopathologist. This is problematic for any dermatologist or other health care practitioner that fails to use a dermatoscope to understand where and where to biopsy a patient. If a biopsy of a superficial melanoma is made without that dermatoscopic image and is taken in the wrong spot, a pathologist could miss radial streaming and the patient could die. If a dermatoscope sees signs of a melanoma, or the spoke wheel sructures or rather concentric globes of a basil cell carcinoma, you know to biopsy instead of monitor a lesion.… Read more »

Sybly
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Nice posts Anomynous keep it up!

robert bijak
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Then MD’s and podiatrists have been killing patients for years. If this was the case do you think someone from the mainstream would have called for a change in practice?

Eddy Mex
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Derms, surgeons (the kind that have an MD and spent 7 years in residency) would tend to disagree anonymous anonymous. There’s a bit more to this than pods teaching pods. Universal podiatric isolation has held the field back fifty years—Sounds like someone got themself a scope.

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It depends which dermatologist you are asking. If you are asking dermatologists from Memorial Sloan Kettering who are on the lecture series regarding dermoscopy, about a podiatrist with a dermatoscope and a dermatologist who does not have the instrumentation to view radial streaming,
Or even a blue veil under nonpolarized light,
Or using a toggle function do you really think they would opt to see the dermatologist without the dermatoscope? Call the head of Sloan Ketterings dermatology division in Happhauge.

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Seth, I am impressed. You do not edit out my opinions and posts. You are a very fair editor regarding enabling me to express my opinions.
Even if my ideas are different you sill let others read them. Seth, you are appreciated!
One can always expand upon concepts learned by MDS and invent, discover additional ideas.

It is so important to invent new ideas to detect skin cancer as well as prevent amputations, even if there is no real monetary reimbursement.
It’s called caring about our patients as well as research.

Thank you Seth.

robert bijak
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Yeah DAN. Quite a difference from narrow minded Barry Block who censors and Block’s truths that interfere with the Podiatric Party Line. Though you may find criticisms, at least they are in the open and debatable. Truth BULLIES like Block and Sherman will SELL the Truth AWAY for A BUCK. I don’t believe they practice like you do so their FINANCIAL GREED PREJUDICES WHAT THEY PRINT. There may be disagreement here but its always interesting to read other view points. Podiatry Posts has provided an HONEST OPEN VENUE THAT BARRY BLOCK IS AFRAID TO. I believe BARRY BLOCK “GETS AWAY… Read more »

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Dany boy-total agreement. one can easily do things very competently without any formal training. Look at shylock. he pretends to be an editor, jokesph the drug dealer package reader, or dean saddenfelds, she thinks she has a brain. that’s why we don’t trust our podiatrust. Last evening, we discovered the shysters silly shoes pictures and got “stress relief” that was opined by some lifer podiatrust.

Sybly
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Sybly

Nice post and ideas keep going!

Greg the bunion slayer
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Greg Ladavotich

Hi Danny boy…

Eddy Mex
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Wrong. Is this an example of pods teaching pods, or hustling a procedure? Four years of med school seven years residency, and off to bunion heaven–

robert bijak
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robert bijak

Yeah I heard “Chaz” has a difficult licensing exam. They want to limit podiatrists so there’s no competition. A former APMA LIFER will administer the exam orally and there is a fee and requirements to apply. Like most locations PODIATRISTS LIMIT PODIATRISTS SO THE PODIATRISTS THERE CAN MAKE A GOLDEN LIVING. IT’S THE PODIATRIC WAY. I heard they are thinking of ANOTHER FOOT FRANCHISE SCHOOL THERE, and calling it the PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHAZ FOOT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE. BARRY BLOCK AND HAL OREINSTEIN WILL BE CONSULTED ON HOW TO LEGALLY BILL AND “INTERPERT CODES”. Hey Hey hey. I thought all you… Read more »

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Thank you Seth for not editing out portions of my post.
Thanks for your integrety.

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