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Temporary Schedule (Monday - Thursday)

Beginning March 30th, we will temporarily compress our workweek into four days by working Monday - Thursday. This will allow us to fill all orders and give employees an extra day to shelter in place at home. FedEx and GSO deliveries will continue to be accepted at the lab on Fridays but we will not be manufacturing or shipping orders. The first Friday the lab will be temporarily closed is April 3rd.

New Webinar with Larry Huppin, DPM - April 2nd at 2pm (PDT)

How do you prefer to learn? Dr. Huppin will present a "curriculum" of  the best science-based online and offline resources to help podiatrists master modern foot biomechanics and orthotic therapy. This webinar will help you create your personal education plan using recommended resources.
Limited Space, First Come, First Served -
Join Webinar  (no preregistration)
Zoom Meeting ID: 214 716 166


 

Paul R. Scherer Biomechanics Fellowship

A heartfelt thanks to the many individuals and organizations who made generous donations to help establish the Paul R. Scherer Biomechanics Fellowship.

 
 
 




Lecture by Dr. Dianne Mitchell  -  Functional Foot Orthoses and the Diabetic Foot

Dr. Dianne Mitchell, in this video, reviews the medical literature on orthotic outcomes for diabetic patients and makes recommendations for an ideal functional foot orthotic. Based on the findings in the literature the orthotic should resist deformation, control excess pronation, and cover the largest contact surface area possible to effectively redistribute plantar pressure and help prevent foot ulcers by reducing shear forces. Other video topics in our free educational lecture series include foot pathologies, casting techniques, and writing effective prescriptions. Each video is short, concise, and only lasts between 10-15 minutes. Watch these free educational videos now!


Simulated Gait Videos


Watch these new videos simulating the gait of several of the most common foot deformities. The movement of the skeletal foot allows you to view the foot from different perspectives during the contact phase of the gait cylce. A split screen view allows you to simultaneously view normal gait and the abnormal gait.
 

 

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