Interdigital corn

By |2021-10-28T11:53:20+11:00August 23rd, 2021|Uncategorized|

This would present at a podiatry practice on a regular occurrence. This case was in a 27-year-old, who had been suffering from a lateral 5th toe corn (heloma durum), however, an interdigital corn (heloma molle) on the medial 5th toe was most symptomatic. Symptoms were marked and hard to control, and the patient, being young, was [...]

Subungual exostosis

By |2021-10-28T11:49:16+11:00August 18th, 2021|Uncategorized|

I see a regular amount of subungual exostosis throughout the year. Typically they have been treated as ingrown toenails (IGTN) first. The GP and the podiatrist may assume it is hypergranulation tissue or some other sign of an IGTN and, in some situations, a PNA may have been carried out (not in this situation). When the [...]

Hyperpronation cure

By |2021-10-28T12:07:17+11:00August 10th, 2021|Uncategorized|

Many of you may have heard of HyProCure (hyperpronation cure) and wondered what it is. The HyProCure website does a very good job of explaining in detail, both descriptively and via graphics and illustrations. In very basic terms during excess pronation the talus glides excessively across the calcaneus at the subtalar joint, this, in turn, unlocks [...]

Improvements in bunion surgery

By |2021-10-28T12:07:56+11:00August 3rd, 2021|Bunions|

Bunion surgery has advanced markedly in recent years. Traditionally the surgery has had a bad name. Procedures involved long recovery, large incisions, marked pain and poor outcome. This has all changed now; however, sadly, there still exist many surgeons who have not progressed. This case is a perfect example. This was brought to my attention recently. [...]

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