Wounds to the back of the Achilles tendon

Here I discuss a little bit more about wounds to the back of the Achilles tendon. These can be quite difficult to treat.  If you found this helpful and would like to learn more please visit www.healmyfootwoundfast.com to learn more and get your free 10 week course on wound healing. Check out this episode

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Ulcer to tip of toe with bone changes and infection

I would like to tell you a little story about a patient in Worcester, MA. She was seen in my office for an ulcer to the tip of her second toe. She tends to have this toe that is a little bit longer than the other toes. A lot of women do not like this…

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Wound healing study guide

Here is an explanation of a wound healing case study guide. In this I go over the types of wound that can happen on the different parts of the foot. You can get access to the complete guide at www.healmyfootwoundfast.com

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Why I did this website and podcast?

Some people ask me why I have put this podcast together. This is where I explain why and what I hope to accomplish by this website. Looking to help heal wounds faster, sounds simple but really is not.

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The smartest patient of the week

Here is a story of a patient of mine that came in because of a possible foot wound and probably saved his foot from an amputation. Listen to the whole story by clicking play below.

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Ingrown toenail with neuropathy

Here is a video of a patient of mine with neuropathy but not due to diabetes.  He has had problems with ingrown toenails.  This can really make wounds that are hard to heal.  Enjoy the video.   Neuropathy with ingrown nail  

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When is it not infected?

  As you can see in this picture there is a wound on the top of the 2nd toe. It is red and painful but this is not red from an infection. Rather this is after a hammertoe surgery. But look at the scab over the incision. Usually things heal in normally after surgery so…

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Offloading

Here is a podcast that talks more about off-loading and why it is important if you have a foot wound. If you found this helpful here is some more information on off-loading for you.

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Not just a blister

I had a patient come into the office with a blister on his foot.  It wasn’t just a simple blister as he thought.  As you can see from the picture he has callused skin on the bottom of the foot with a blister underneath the big toe joint.  This is very common in people with…

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Recorded talk to the New England Amputee Association

Recently in Worcester Massachusetts I was able to do a talk to a local group called the New England Amputee Association.  We talked about many concerns of amputees such as: How to avoid a foot wound How to determine if you are at “high risk” for a foot wound Why a foot exam is necessary…

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