Category Archives: Editor Memo

January 2010

Out on a limb: Making a head case

Athletes know about the importance of keeping your head in the game. Just ask Lindsey Jacobellis. Or Chris Webber. But a growing body of research suggests that poor decision making isn’t the only way the brain can sabotage an athlete’s performance. Jordana Bieze Foster, editor Continue reading

December 2009

Out on a limb: It’s all about you

At Lower Extremity Review, we know there are literally thousands of products out there that can help you improve your clinical outcomes. But the existence of all those products doesn’t really do you or your patients much good if you don’t know where to find them.

By, Jordana Bieze Foster, editor

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November 2009

Out on a limb: Knowing better

I have a confession to make: I’m one of those women. The kind of woman who is the subject of this month’s cover story on high heels.

By, Jordana Bieze Foster, editor

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October 2009

Out on a limb: Ahead of the curve

It isn’t often discussed in the medical literature or in scientific sessions, nor is it mentioned in this month’s cover story on bracing and athletic performance. But the extent to which an athlete can benefit from orthotic management depends at least in part on his or her skill level.

by Jordana Bieze Foster

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September 2009

Out on a limb: Getting a leg up

by Jordana Bieze Foster

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August 2009

Out on a Limb: Thinking big

Obesity is a big problem, one that seems to just keep getting bigger.
by Jordana Bieze Foster

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July 2009

Out On a Limb

Launch a magazine in this economy? Here’s why we’re not crazy.
by Jordana Bieze Foster

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