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Dr. Peter Blume to Provide Keynote Lecture at the 2016 APMA Region One Conference

October 26, 2016 | posted in: Latest News, Upcoming Events | by

This year’s conference Keynote Speaker is  Peter A. Blume, DPM, FACFAS. Dr. Blume will be lecturing on Plastic Surgery For Foot and Ankle Surgeons as well as participating as a part of multiple panels to discuss limb salvage and trends in diabetic wound management and Rearfoot & Ankle Surgery.   Click here for more information.

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Dr. Peter Blume leads chronic limb ischemia clinic

October 13, 2016 | posted in: Latest News | by

The Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI) Clinic is dedicated to treating and managing patients with critical limb ischemia, including non healing foot or lower extremity wounds, diabetic foot and ankle complications, peripheral artery disease and other risk factors. To find out more about this clinic, Diagnosis and treatment a pamphlet can be read or downloaded here..

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Affiliated Foot and and Ankle surgeons sponsors the 2016 Closer to Free ride.

September 17, 2016 | posted in: Latest News | by

Affiliated Foot and and Ankle surgeons has sponsored the Closer to Free ride for Yale New Haven Hospital six years in a row. Photo:Dr.Peter Blume and daughter

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New York Times: “The Hazards of Ankle Sprains”

August 1, 2016 | posted in: Articles, Latest News | by

A recent article written by Jane E Brody and published in the New York times dubbed “The Hazards of Ankle Sprains” writes         Every day in the United States, about 28,000 people sprain an ankle. Too often the injury is dismissed as “just a sprain,” with no specific treatment and a return to full activity..

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Dr Peter Blume featured in Ilizarov external fixation frame removal.

July 13, 2016 | posted in: Latest News | by

Early detection has been proven to not only improve the patients quality of life, but also provides the experienced foot and ankle surgeon the opportunity to correct the damaged foot by using advanced surgical techniques like circular external fixation.

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NH Register- New Haven father-son podiatrists see big steps over 59 years

May 1, 2016 | posted in: Latest News | by

To find out more and watch the video please follow the link below. New Haven Register News Article – April 16, 2016 New Haven father-son podiatrists see big steps over 59 years

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Black History Month Spotlight On Achievement DR. Farlyn Charlot

March 20, 2016 | posted in: Latest News | by

Black History Month Spotlight On Achievement DR. Farlyn Charlot Dr. Farlyn Charlot completed her Bachelor of Science Degree from The Augusta State University in Georgia and received her doctorate from New York College of Podiatric Medicine, New York, NY. She then completed a 3 year residency focusing on reconstructive foot and ankle surgery from Yale-New..

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Dr. Blume To Speak at Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association

February 12, 2016 | posted in: Latest News, Upcoming Events | by

Dr. Blume will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association Symposium in April, 2016. From the CPMA Website: Dr. Peter Blume has spent decades helping patients suffering from foot and ankle problems. He is at the forefront of diabetic limb preservation and reconstruction, and has worked tirelessly to help his patients..

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Dr. Peter Blume Speaks At Foot and Ankle Society Seminar

December 12, 2015 | posted in: Latest News | by

This past Fall, Dr. Blume was invited to speak at the Yale Foot and Ankle Society meeting. Dr. Blume delivered a lecture on first metatarsal phalangeal joint arthrodesis procedures.

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“I Feel Completely Cared For” – Patient Testimonial

December 3, 2015 | posted in: Latest News, Testimonials | by

Dr. Blume was fortunate enough to receive a letter of appreciation from one of his patients recently. I see how busy your office gets. I hear how many phone calls come in. I see how tight the schedule seems to be – and yet I feel completely cared for and attended to. Not every medical..

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