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Dr. John M. Schuberth

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Phone: (415) ***-****  
Local Address:  San Francisco , California , United States
3904 North Druid Hills Road #330
Decatur , Georgia 30033
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • American College of Foot
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John (Jack) M. Schuberth, ..., 16 May 2015 [cached]
John (Jack) M. Schuberth, DPM AAFAO Chairman Kaiser Foundation Hospital 450 6th Avenue San Francisco, CA 94118 415-202-3848
Podiatric Faculty, 15 Mar 2015 [cached]
Jack Schuberth, DPM
Dr. Schuberth has been a member of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Kaiser Permanente San Francisco for the past 26 years. His interest in ankle replacement dates back to 1988, having implanted several different devices. More recently, in 2000, resurgence in the interest of total ankle replacement has allowed him to personally implant over 450 devices including the Agility, INBONE, Salto-Tolaris and STAR™ in the last 10 years. He has established an extensive data base in order to assess the outcomes of ankle replacement over the long term. In addition to routine ankle replacement his clinical expertise extends to replacement of the arthritic ankle with severe concomitant foot deformities.
He has authored over 85 publications which include 3 papers specifically on the total ankle. To date, Dr. Schuberth has had over 100 residents rotate through his hospital in various phases of training and has had visiting fellows from all over the world including Australia, Italy, England, Turkey, Germany, and Vietnam. He is also active in volunteer medical care both locally and abroad.
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www.FEETREALLYHURT.COM, 9 Aug 2010 [cached]
"Many people accept foot pain as a fact of life and do nothing about it," said John M. Schuberth, DPM, past president of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
"High heels and improperly fitting shoes are to blame for 90 percent of foot deformities and ankle injuries suffered by American women," said Dr. Schuberth.
ACFAS Staff - ACFAS, 23 April 2006 [cached]
John M. Schuberth, DPM,
John Schuberth, ..., 19 Dec 2005 [cached]
John Schuberth, DPM
Chief, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Kaiser Foundation Hospital
Dr. John Schuberth discusses the Mortal Sins that can be committed while performing correction of Hallux Abducto Valgus deformities.One wrongdoing is usually forgiven, yet two or more result in the misfortune known as Hallux Varus.
"Shoes are not made for feet with reverse contours of the digits", says Dr. Schuberth.To add insult to injury, these patients tend to develop a morbid gait. Dr. Schuberth reviews the deformity in great detail.A negative hallux abductus angle is probably the most consistent finding.Commonly, the intermetatarsal angle is negative and the 1st MPJ is incongruous.
As the deformity progresses, migration of the lesser toes occurs.Dr. Schuberth describes the "tie-bar phenomenon"
Examples of Hallux Flexus and 1st MPJ Arthrosis are given
Dr. Schuberth reviews the anatomy of the 1st MPJ and describes the repair of Hallux Varus.
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