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John M. Schuberth, ...
John M. Schuberth, DPMChief, Foot and Ankle Surgery, Kaiser Foundation Hospital
...When Dr. Schuberth
speaks, a sense of certainty and assurance that can only be conveyed by a seasoned veteran, is palpable in his
has been there, done
...John M. Schuberth, DPMChief, Foot and Ankle Surgery, Kaiser Foundation Hospital
John Schuberth, ...
John Schuberth, DPMChief, Foot and Ankle SurgeryKaiser 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 givenDr. Schuberth
reviews the anatomy of the 1st MPJ and describes the repair of Hallux Varus.
Dr. Alan A. MacGill, DPM, FACFAS | podiatrist boca raton clint moore | Foot and ankle surgeons
Course Chairman: John Schuberth, DPM
The International Foot & Ankle Foundation for Education and Research
JOHN M SCHUBERTH, DPM - Traumatology Advisor
Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Dept. of Orthopedics
4131 Geary Blvd., French Campus
San Francisco, CA 94118
Office: (415) 202-3848
Fax: (415) 202-2656
Jack Schuberth, ...
Jack Schuberth, DPM
John Schuberth, DPM