Health & Fitness:Medicine
In this episode of The Pod Doctors podcast, Dr. Damien Dauphinee, a board-certified foot and ankle surgeon, and Dr. Raafae Hussain, fellowship trained foot and ankle surgeon, talk about Charcot food, a typical problem seen in neuropathic patients. They discuss the two theories behind this condition: neuro-traumatic theory and neurovascular theory. They share examples of what they see at the clinic and how they treat it through internal and/or external fixations.
“The real issue is these feet become severely deformed. And when you have neurotrophy and you can’t feel it, the deformations then lead to ulcers which get infected and then can cause amputations.” - Dr. Damien Dauphinee [03:38]
“You can chase the bump all you want, but then that bump is just going to keep on collapsing more and more and more.” - Dr. Raafae Hussain [20:10]
What You Will Learn:
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Book Mentioned: Saving Limbs, Saving Lives: Advanced Treatments for Preventing Amputations in Diabetic Populations by Dr. Damien Dauphinee
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