Monthly Archives: February 2016

Pets on Parade

Love your pets?  We do too!  Here is the first of many furry friends who are part of the family at F&ACofAZ. Kenneth Hegewald, DPM shares his German Sheperd, Jaycie with you… Jaycie Rae Hegewald is my 4 year old long hair German Shepherd.  She has been mine since she was one day old.  We have been […]

House Calls Reduce ER Visits

House calls: A blast from the past and a way to embrace value-based care Costs, unnecessary care continue to fall even after program ends. By Aine Cryts House calls can help reduce preventable emergency room visits and hospital readmissions, according a recent study publishedin Health Affairs. Case in point: Since 2009, Torrance, California-based HealthCare Partners Affiliates […]

Foot Fracture – Treatment in the NBA

Operative Treatment of Fifth Metatarsal Jones Fractures (Zones II and III) in the NBA Elite athletes can often incur proximal fractures of the fifth metatarsal (zone II and III). These injuries can be difficult to treat because of a tendency toward delayed union, nonunion or refracture. Researchers reviewed 10 NBA players’ records, seven of whom […]

Patients Suffering Flatfoot: Don’t Wait To Seek Help

Early diagnosis and treatment for adults suffering from a painful fallen foot arch, or adult-acquired flatfoot, is key to increase improved long-term outcomes.   Click on link to read the entire press release covering Dr. DiNucci’s lecture at the ACFAS. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/for-patients-suffering-flatfoot-dont-wait-to-seek-help-300213935.html