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Welcome to the digital e-dition for the 2012 LER Resource Guide, the most comprehensive guide of specific topic editorials, literature references and company products and services for the lower extremity marketplace. I am so excited to be offering this innovative … Continue reading
Robert Weil, DPM interviews Lower Extremity Review editor Jordana Bieze Foster for his radio show; The Sports Doctor. The Sports Doctor Show covers all aspects of sports medicine including treatment & prevention of injuries, current events and health and fitness topics. The interview aired on August 4th. Click here to listen to the exciting interview.
Welcome to the first mini publication on diabetic foot care. LER has created an easy to read, practical real world approach to diabetic foot care designed to improve outcomes for your diabetic patients. Articles on diabetic footwear, diabetic socks, compression hosiery, diabetic insoles and the Therapeutic Shoe Bill offer in depth information to assist in your daily practice. Continue reading
Welcome to the premier of the digital e-dition for the 2011 LER Resource Guide, the most comprehensive guide of specific topic editorials, literature references and company products and services for the lower extremity marketplace. I am so excited to be offering this innovative earth-friendly version of our classic print publication.
I think you will find it incredibly easy and fun to use. This e-dition is completely intuitive and allows you to experience the Resource Guide as if it were in your hands.
Go to resourceguide.lermagazine.com to check it out.
I have been attending conventions in all lower extremity medical specialties for over 22 years and just returned from the North American Pedorthic Congress meeting in Orlando, FL where I met an incredibly dynamic custom footwear company. Returning to the … Continue reading
My 8 year old daughter has been doing gymnastics for several years. She is very athletic and competitive but she does it mostly for recreation and to stay active. She also plays soccer and basketball. Needless to say, my wife … Continue reading
A good friend and client of mine, Giovanni Ficca with M-Brace calls me last week and asks how far I live from Lake George. “I live about 45 minutes from lake George. Why?” I ask. He says that M-Brace has … Continue reading
The LER Resource Guide is now live. Please click the current issue link above or cover image on the right to view the articles that were published in this key issue. With 9 main categories including Diabetes, Fabrication, Neuromuscular, Pain Management, Pediatric, Prosthetics, Rehab/Post-op, Sports Medicine and Technology, and 40 subcategories to further drill down these key sections combined with 14 very informative articles and hundreds of references, the LER Resource Guide is, by far, the most comprehensive guide for the lower extremity marketplace.
LER attends over 20 trade shows throughout the year in every major specialty. In order to bring you this high quality, multi-disciplinary publication, it is imperative that we stay abreast of the latest clinical information related to the lower extremity. … Continue reading
A very important component about publishing a magazine is selecting artwork every month. We need pictures for the cover, pictures for articles, news and clinical updates or whatever. There are so many resources out there. We use them all and … Continue reading
The new issue has been posted. Please click the current issue link above or the magazine cover on the right. Feature articles include: A real world approach to high heels, Managing turf-toe in football players, How feedback-based rehab could lower … Continue reading
The November issue is off press. Expect it in mailboxes next week. Feature articles include: A real world approach to high heels, Managing turf-toe in football players, How feedback-based rehab could lower risk of OA, Kinematics of PTTD, Offloading difficult … Continue reading
My son, Kaleb is 15 years old and has been playing a lot of basketball lately and recently started having foot pain. We waited about a month or so and treated him with rest, ice, compression and elevation as well … Continue reading
Please enjoy articles on Bracing and Athletic Performance, Improving Diabetic Foot Care Compliance, Assessing and Exceeding Patient Expectations, Diagnoses and Treatment for Functional Hallux Limitus, Balancing Risks and Rewards of Athletic Shoe Traction, Orthoses for Midfoot Arthritis Pain, and Controlling Drop Foot as … Continue reading
The Issue completed and fully uploaded to the printer. Articles include: Athletic bracing and performance, Turf-shoe interface, Diabetes offloading compliance, Orthotic Management of midfoot arthritis, Functional hallux limitus, Neuromuscular AFOs and more.
Look for it in mailboxes next week.
Thanks for the continued support from practitioners and advertisers. Continue reading
The September issue is now posted. Click on the issue image to the right or the “current issue” link above to view the entire publication. The LER team has just returned from AOPA where we had an excellent meeting. Response … Continue reading
The August issue of LER is now online! To view, click on the image to the right or on the “current issue” tab above.
I have always been obsessed with feet. It is no surprise that I have been involved in the podiatry publishing industry for 20 years. Working for several publishing companies including International Features, Staff Publications, Miller Freeman and CMP Medica, I … Continue reading
Lower Extremity Review premiered at APMA in Toronto. This new magazine was met with tremendous acceptance and appreciation from practitioners and advertisers. LER clearly filled a void in the multi-disciplinary lower extremity marketplace. Here we see founder and publisher, Rich … Continue reading