@USC Podiatric Surgeon Prof. David G. Armstrong Featured in @antegradeflow Podcast @USC_vascular @KeckMedUSC @ALPSlimb

Dr. David Armstrong sat down with Antegrade Flow and discussed many great topics. Listen to this amazing thought leader and feel his infectious positive energy. #LimbSalvage#DiabeticFoot#ActAgainstAmputation#ToeandFlowALPSlimbKeck Medicine of USCUniversity of Arizona College of Medicine – TucsonListen here: https://lnkd.in/eC-CcZC

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Innovating Wound Care Podcast Featuring @USC Prof. David G. Armstrong and Dr. Joanne McCardle

Our new episode of Clinical Grade explores chronic wounds and how to treat them. We speak with Dr. David Armstrong, Professor of Surgery at the University of Southern California, the legendary podiatrist and world-renowned expert in wound healing and the diabetic foot. Leading the conversation is Dr. Joanne McCardle, who has a wealth of experience as a podiatrist […]

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The Problem: Complications of Diabetes- Podcast Episode Featuring @KeckMedUSC @USC Surgeon David G. Armstrong and @DeptVetAffairs Jeff Robbins

People living with diabetes face serious complications if their disease goes unchecked. Learn how experts are changing limb care and amputation in America. Featuring: David Armstrong; Tamara Hannon.; Jeffrey Robbins.

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@USC Armstrong on the @Buckmastershow – Diabetic Amputations are rising (again)— but there’s hope. Here’s how.

Dr. David Armstrong, Professor of Surgery at USC’s Keck School of Medicine and former University Distringuished Outreach Professor of Surgery at the University of Arizona on the Diabetes Epidemic and the rise in its feared complication, amputation.

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