APMLE Exam II – CSPE

 

Which are the most common treatments used?

  • Cam Walker
  • NSAIDS
  • RICE
  • Custom orthotics
  • Compression stockings

 

Plantar Fasciitis

CC: Pain is worse upon ambulation at mornings. Pain is on the medial posterior heel. Patient had pain for a couple years.

Objective: MSK- POP to medial calcaneal tubercle. Equinus.

Assessment: Plantar fasciitis

Plan: Duexis (NSAID), Stretching, RICE,

Hammertoes/Bunion

Gas gangrene

Plantar wart

Tinea pedis/ungium

Gout

Hallux limitus/arthiritis

DFU (Neuropathic)

VLU

Ischemic leg ulcer

Ruptured achilles tendon

Capsulitis

Midfoot arthritis

Toe fracture/Metatarsal fx

Ankle fracture/Calcaneal fracture

Peroneal tendinitis

PTTD

Talar dome lesion

Plantar Neuroma

Tarsal tunnel syndrome

Cellulitis

 

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