Current Pedorthics January-February 2017 | Vol.49, Issue 1 - Page 4

current Pedorthics Editorial Staff EXECUTIVE EDITOR(S) Christopher Costantini COVER STORY Cover Story ASSOCIATE EDITORS Tammy Daulton, Tara Mina & Ben Nebroski ART DIRECTOR Kristopher P. Gramza DESIGN/PRODUCTION KPG DESIGN Advertising & Sales Staff CURRENT PEDORTHICS advertising@pedorthics.org MEETINGS AND CONVENTIONS MANAGER Kathie Niesen EXHIBIT AND SPONSORSHIP SALES MANAGER Contact our Integrated Media and Events Manager at: advertising@pedorthics.org Headquarters Staff MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER Christopher Costantini MEMBERSHIP AND CONTINUING EDUCATION Althea Powell Chandler and Christopher Costantini Dean Mason Current Pedorthics (ISSN 1552-8111) is published bimonthly by the Pedorthic Footcare Association (PFA), PO Box 72184, Albany, GA 31708-2184. Telephone: (229)389-3440 Fax: (888)563-0945 Website: www.pedorthics.org Email: info@pedorthics.org Copyright© 2017, PFA. All rights reserved. No part of this publica- tion may be reproduced in any manner without written permission. Letters to the Editor and other unsolicited material are assumed intended for publication and are subject to editing. Articles in Current Pedorthics do not necessarily reflect the opinion of PFA, its board of directors or its employees. Authors are responsible for the validity of their content and credentials. Current Pedorthics’ use of trademarked names is done in an editorial fashion intended to benefit the trademark owner, with no intention of trademark infringement. If you have any questions regarding display advertising, please contact our Sales Manager at (229) 389-3440 or email: advertising@pedorthics.org. To place a classified ad, please email: classifieds@pedorthics.org. Please send all product and industry-related press releases to: info@pedorthics.org. 2 Pedorthic Footcare Association www.pedorthics.org 42 | CEP Equinus Management for Better Orthotic Outcome By Patrick A. DeHeer, DPM Ever had a patient complain that the arch on your orthoses was killing them when you know it wasn’t that high? It may have nothing to do with your device. Dr. Deheer discusses some of the research done on equinus and explains why that may be the culprit. This article is available for Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credit. GOVERNMENT RELATIONS DIRECTOR