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  • Younger vs. older patients exhibit worse outcomes after total ankle arthroplasty

    Younger patients may have worse outcomes after total ankle arthroplasty compared with older patients.Higher rates of activity in younger patients may explain increased stress and loading on the prosthesis.

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  • Do the outcomes of MIS justify the learning curve vs. open foot and ankle procedures?

    In the past decade, MIS foot and ankle procedures have undergone several advancements that make it an excellent option for various procedures.

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  • How a Stress Fracture in the Foot Feels

    A stress fracture in the foot can be painful, especially when the foot bears weight. Stress fractures happen when muscles become fatigued and are unable to absorb shock, such as when your foot hits the pavement while running.

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  • The Effect of Frontal Deformity at the Ankle Joint on Total Ankle Arthroplasty Revision Rate

    The presence of severe coronal plane deformity in the ankle joint is widely recognized as challenging to correct by total ankle joint arthroplasty alone, necessitating additional rearfoot fusion.

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  • Evidence-Based Opioid Education that Reduces Prescribing: The 10 Principles of Opioid Prescribing in Foot and Ankle Surgery

    The United States Opioid Epidemic is a worsening public health crisis.

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