Christopher K Bromley, DPM, FACFAS discusses the origin of Lisfranc’s naming history, basic anatomy as well as imaging evaluation to make a diagnosis of a Lisfranc joint injury. He also reviews both non-surgical and surgical considerations when dealing with Lisfranc injuries.
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Christopher Bromley is a teaching consultant for Berman Medical Laser and Erchonia; a consultant for Certainy, Stryker, Arthrosurface, and Heron; clinical trail coordinator for OrthoCor Medical; Medical Director for CarePICS, Alpha Sigma; speaker's bureau for Stryker, Heron, Alpha Sigma