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Dr. John M. Schuberth

Chief, Foot and Ankle Surgery

Kaiser Foundation Hospital

Direct Phone: (415) ***-****       

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Kaiser Foundation Hospital

2101 East Jefferson Street

Rockville, Maryland 20852

United States

Company Description

Kaiser Permanente is implementing continuity of enrollment for dependents to age 26 in advance of the effective date of the law. We are working with our employer group customers to determine how they intend to implement this policy in their plans. Our int ... more

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Kaiser Permanente


American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons


Advisory Board Member


American College of Foot


podiatric medicine

Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine

Web References (48 Total References)

American Academy of Foot and Ankle Osteosynthesis [cached]

John (Jack) M. Schuberth, DPM AAFAO Chairman Kaiser Foundation Hospital 450 6th Avenue San Francisco, CA 94118 415-202-3848

Podiatry Institute Faculty Directory [cached]

John (Jack) M. Schuberth, DPM Kaiser Foundation Hospital 450 6th Avenue San Francisco, CA 94118 415-202-3848

PRESENT Featured Lecture Schuberth Hallux Varus [cached]

John M. Schuberth, DPM, FACFAS 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.
FYI: We can look forward to hearing Dr. Schuberth present a lecture on board review preparation in the very near future.

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Sam Mendocino's PTTD: Overview and Soft Tissue Repair, Dr. Jack Schuberth's

John M. Schuberth, DPM, FACFAS
Chief, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Kaiser Foundation Hospital
The complex ankle arthrodesis procedure is outlined in this lecture by Dr. Schuberth.Dr. Schuberth conveys the necessity of apposition of bone and stable fixation in order to have a successful outcome for the patient.Indications, ankle biomechanics, and surgical approaches are discussed, and Dr. Schuberth provides multiple case studies for evaluation.

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