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What is a Lisfranc Injury?

therapyroom1 picture o of a Lisfranc's injury

The term Lisfranc’s injury was named after a French surgeon called Jacques Lisfranc in the Napoleon era who in 1815 described a quick way of amputating the forefoot in soldiers in the war. His way was to cut through the tarsometarsal (TMT) joint in the midfoot and so avoid cutting

Autumn is the Podiatrist’s Best Friend

The UK has not seen the best of summer for a while but this year we hope that it will be good enough to make us change our footwear from boots and thicker fabric shoes into more casual ones and open toed sandals.  For many the switch is alright but