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San Francisco, CA, United States
I have been a podiatrist for 34 years now and I am excited about sharing what I have learned on this blog. I love to exercise, especially basketball and hiking. I love to travel. I am very happily married to Patty, and have 2 wonderful sons Steve and Chris, a great daughter in law Clare, my new grandson Henry, and a grand dog Felix.

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Monday, October 28, 2013

Negative Impression Casting: A Start towards Making Great Orthotic Devices

My true love in podiatry is helping people. Making the best orthotic devices I can do is a vital part of my and most podiatry practices. I hope this esoteric presentation on the nature of taking an impression cast of the foot, called the "negative cast", will give you some insight into the workings of making good orthotic devices. It starts here with me. 

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