July 2010

LER: Our first year

We published 12 information-packed issues,and readers responded— on our website and through our social media outlets. These are just a few of the highlights.

Top Articles – Most Visits

  1. Rehab speeds return after ACL surgery – August 2009
  2. Numbers needed to treat? The pediatric flexible flatfoot debate – January 2010
  3. Functional hallux limitus: Diagnosis and treatment – October 2009
  4. Choosing a digital foot scanner – August 2009
  5. Controlling drop foot: Beyond standard AFOs – October 2009
  6. Taking steps to prevent amputation – August 2009
  7. A three-point approach to testing running shoes – March 2010
  8. Diabetes: Offloading difficult wounds – November 2009
  9. Plantar shear: Casting light on ‘dark matter’ – May 2010
  10. Orthoses: Alternatives for midfoot arthritis pain – October 2009

Top Products – Most viewed

Xelero Shoes

  1. Xelero Shoes
  2. Alegria Shoes and Clogs
  3. Dr. Comfort Diabetic Sandals
  4. MediUSA Pt Control Brace
  5. T505 Cold Therapy Unit
  6. Aetrex Sandalistas
  7. E-Mag Active KAFO
  8. Dynamic Walk
  9. TurboSonic Vibration Therapy
  10. New Balance 1226
  11. Prolab’s P3 Functional Prefab

Articles Most Commented On

  1. Plantar shear: Casting light on ‘dark matter’ – May 2010
  2. The epidemiology of plantar fasciitis – April 2010
  3. Marketing risk: Beyond diabetic foot education – February 2010
  4. Keeping MRSA in check: Are you doing enough? – March 2010
  5. Diabetes: Taking steps to prevent amputation – August 2009

Most Viewed Product Videos

  1. Alpha Orthotics
  2. Prolab Orthotics
  3. The Noodle AFO (Kinetic Research)
  4. J-Gel (JMS)
  5. Orthofeet shoes

Top 5 – Most Time Spent on Article

  1. Fifth met stress fracture: Load-based risk factors – September 2009
  2. Controlling drop foot: Beyond standard AFOs – October 2009
  3. Ankle balance training targets recurrent injury – September 2009
  4. Stroke: The evidence for orthotic treatment – September 2009
  5. Rehab speeds return after ACL surgery – August 2009

Karen Hauserman - AAS/OPT, BAS/HCM, CPed

#1 Facebook Fan

Karen HausermanAAS/OPT, BAS/HCM, CPed

I find LER to be invaluable to my current practice and future growth within the field. The articles help strengthen my credibility with my patients and with others in the medical community. It is vital for clinicians like me to stay current in practice so we can ensure treatment provided is appropriate, and outcomes effective, for the patients we serve. Thank you again for LER, and keep up the good work.

One Response to LER: Our first year

  1. Angiie and Tim says:

    Karen Hauserman is always been an asset to the field we work in and you should follow her postings and maybe have an ask Karen section that links direct to you site? Great Job Karen, You know we support you in every way possible.

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