ACPM PRESENTS... Updates in
Sports Medicine: Practical Pearls.

Alicia Canzanese, DPM, FAAPSM, ATC
Dr. Alicia Canzanese received her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine and currently owns a private practice in Glenside, PA.

She is the Vice President and Fellow of the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine and executive board member of the Pennsylvania Podiatric Medical Association. She also recently became an adjunct faculty member at TUSPM, teaching the Sports Medicine Course.

Prior to entering the podiatric profession, she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training at Salisbury University in Maryland and is board certified as a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC).

Once of her practice philosophies is to look at all conditions through a sports medicine lens. She is the team Podiatrist for Arcadia University and treats many recreational walkers and runners.  She was also an NCAA Collegiate athlete, competing on the Salisbury University Track and Field team as a sprinter and thrower.

On March 4th, Dr. Canzanese will present:
  • "Return to Play After Acute Injury" and
  • "Running Shoe Review"

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ACPM Journal Literature
Reviews Now Posted
January 2023
A review of non-invasive sensors and artificial intelligence models for diabetic foot monitoring, Kaselimi et. al. Physiol., October 2022

DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2022.924546

Level of Evidence: 5

Reviewer: Salma Haider, MS-III
California School of Podiatric Medicine

Hyaluronic Acid Filler Injections Under the Metatarsal Heads Provide a Significant and Long-Lasting Improvement in Metatarsalgia From Wearing High-Heeled Shoes, Foumenteze et al, Dermatologic Surgery, Volume 44, Issue 7, July 2018

DOI: 10.1097/DSS.0000000000001470

Level of Evidence: 5

Reviewer: Linda Do, MS-III
Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine

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Seminar Learning Objectives:

  • To understand the indications for shockwave therapy for foot and ankle pathologies

  • To identify unique diagnostic and therapeutic concerns for sports injuries in the pediatric population

  • To identify common and uncommon concerns regarding running shoes

  • To understand indications and differences between orthotic therapy for different sports

  • To gain an appreciation for return to sport guidelines among recreational versus competitive athletes

  • To recognize different clinical presentations and treatments for lateral foot and ankle injuries

  • To discuss the specific concerns regarding the foot and ankle when playing basketball

  • To understand the unique presentation, diagnostics and treatments for first ray injuries among athletes
Articles Worth Sharing
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