Getting It Right the First Time

Most primary care physicians agree that cases of foot pain are among the most problematic they see.  The problems tend to defy treatment and become nuisances.  Sometimes they require numerous return visits for nagging pain that won’t go away. What’s more, patients with foot pain are decidedly unhappy campers.  For most everyone, walking is a … Read more

Training: A Reflection

I am truly blessed to receive the medical training I did.  My podiatric medical school education and my residency was based out of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). UCSF is a center of health sciences research, patient care, and education; located in San Francisco, California, and is widely regarded as one of the world’s … Read more

Tribute to Dr. Charles W. Bradley

Dr. Hoy recently found out about the passing of one of his mentors from medical school, Dr. Charles W. Bradley, Class of 1949. American Podiatric Medical Association Past President (1974–75) Charles W. Bradley, DPM, resident of Burlingame, CA, passed away in March 2013. Dr. Bradley practiced podiatric medicine for 60 years in Brownwood and Beaumont, TX, … Read more