• Kevin: Thanks a million! This is exactly what we want to hear. The big picture is to develop a worldwide “lingua franca” for assessment and care. Let us know if you find anything else on the site that you’d like posted or refined. Cheers, -DGA

  • Thanks for sharing CDFE. Its going to be extremely useful for our practitioners at Orthofit to use while evaluating diabetic foot cases. Much appreciated.

  • Everything is very open with a very clear clarification of the
    issues. It was really informative. Your site is very helpful.
    Thanks for sharing!

  • Dear David
    the Association for Podiatry intend to translate the Foot Examination pocket Chart. Do I need the right for this from ADA? We want to start to train the nurses and this would be a very good training support.
    Thank you

  • However this is not covered by Medicare is it? Unless the patient has LOPS.

  • Good evening, the scheme proposed by Professor David G. Armstrong summarizes and synthesizes the preventive, therapeutic and resolving perspective of those recalcitrant or non-recurrent lesions that may occur in the Diabetic Foot.
    On a well-sustained and conscientized basis of the vascular surgeon in preventing amputation and not allowing the progress of the same.
    The best medicine is the one that precave.
    My greetings and respect to Professor Armstrong, from Varadero, Cuba.

    • We are working to refresh the CDFE this coming year! Stay tuned!

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