Our students have to complete a 3 yr surgical residency
just to obtain a license.
Many go on and do fellowships in wound care,reconstructive foot and ankle surgery
after this type of training many of these new Podiatrist’s over 50 % female by the way become certified to repair fractured ankles and to do internal ankle implants. I always tell my 3rd year students that I am envious of them all because they will get so much more rigorous training that I had and will not just be Fixing bunions.
Steve Levitz DPM
Hi, I just wanted to tell about my experience with Matacam. I have a 5 yr old Morkie, she had a problem with her right back leg a couple of years ago but it's been fine up until Jan of this year. I took her out for a walk and she ran and played in the snow, loves the snow, and anyway the next day she was limping. I didn't have the money to take her to see the vet up until 2 week ago, I got her there and she wasn't limping because I guess she was so excited he said. Sent me home with a bottle of glucosamine and that was it. I took her back this week after taking a video of her limping so he could see for himself. This time he gave her Matacam, 14 drops a day with food. It's been 5 days on it and she seems worse than she was before she went on it. It seems she has no strength in her back side, walks a few steps and sits down. I'm wondering if I should give her less a day. Has anyone had this problem?