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Biography

Dr. Stephen Barrett

College of Health Sciences

Midwestern University, USA


Email: slbarrettpod@me.com


Qualifications

1981  DOCTORAL, William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine
1976
UNDERGRADUATE, University of Utah


Publications (selected)

  1. Barrett, S. L., “Heel Pain: Healing the Heel” Authorhouse, Bloomington, IN, 2009.
  2. Seiler, D., Barrett, S., Dellon, A.L., Guide to Neurosensory Interpretation, Institute for Peripheral Nerve Surgery, 2002.
  3. Barrett, S.L., Woolley, M., “Managing Morton’s Entrapment”, Practical Pain Management, July/Aug 2011.
  4. Barrett, S.L., “Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy—Surgical Technique”, Techniques in Foot & Ankle Surgery, June, 2011, Vol. 10, #2.
  5. Barrett, S.L., Rascon, V.P. “Case Study: Treating a Severe 5th Digit Deformity”, Podiatry Today, May, 2011, Vol. 24, Issue 5.
  6. Barrett, S.L., “Understanding and Managing Equinus Deformities”, Podiatry Today, May, 2011, 24, Issue 5.
  7. Barrett, S.L., Woolley, M., “Partial Plantar Fasciectomy with Autologous Platelet Concentrate”, Practical Pain Management, Nov./Dec 2010.
  8. Barrett, S.L, Vella, J.M., Dellon, A.L., “Should Podiatric Surgeons Cease Using Monopolar Cautery?” Podiatry Today, Issue 9, Vol. 23, Sept. 2010.
  9. Barrett, S.L., Vella, J.M., Dellon, A.L., “Historical Development of Bipolar Coagulation.” Microsurgery, Sept. 2010.
  10. Barrett, S.L., Dellon, A.L., Fleischli, J., Gould, J.S., Wang, C. “Compressive Metabolic Neuropathy: Round Table Discussion.” Foot Ankle Spec, June 2010; vol. 3, p. 132-139.
  11. Barrett, S.L., Maxka, J., Mieras, J.N., Cooper, K., “Reducing the Pain of Local 1% Lidocaine Infiltration with a Preceding Bacteriostatic Saline Injection: A Double Blind Prospective Trial.” In Press, JAMPA, 2010.
  12. Barrett, S., Whiting, T., “What Role Does Equinus Play in Heel Pain” PodiatryToday, Issue 11, Nov. 2008.
  13. Carl, T., Barrett, S., Computerized Analysis of Plantar Pressure Variation in Different Shoe Gear”, Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 98(5): 374-378, September/October 2008.
  14. Barrett, S., Reese, M., Buitrago, M., Tassone, J., The Use of Low Energy Radial Shockwave in the Treatment of Entrapment Neuropathy and Amputation Neuromas of the Medical Calcaneal Nerve” Foot and Ankle Specialist, August 2008.
  15. Barrett, S.L., “How to Maximize Outcomes in Tarsal Tunnel Surgery”, Podiatry Today, Vol. 20, Issue 11, 2007.
  16. Barrett, S.L., Dellon, A.L., Rosson, G.D., Walters, L., “Superficial Peroneal Nerve (Superficial Fibularis Nerve): The Clinical Implications of Anatomic Variability.” Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, May/June, 2006. Vol. 45, #3. p. 174-176.
  17. Barrett, S.L., Walsh, A., “Endoscopic Decompression of Intermetatarsal Nerve Entrapment—A Retrospective Study”-Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association. Jan/Feb, 2006. Vol 96, #1, p. 19-23.
  18. Barrett, S.L., “A Guide to Neurogenic Etiologies of Heel Pain.” Podiatry Today, p. 36-44, November, 2005.
  19. Carl, T., Barrett, S.L, “Cadaveric assessment of the gastrocnemius aponeurosis to assist in the pre-operative planning for two-portal endoscopic gastrocnemius recession (EGR)” The Foot, Vol. 15, p. 137-140, 2005.
  20. Barrett, S.L, “Peripheral Nerve Decompression in Patients with Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy” M.D. News Vol. 5, #7, September, 2005.
  21. Kincaid, B., Barrett, S.L, “Use of High-Resolution Ultrasound in Evaluation of the Forefoot to Differentiate Forefoot Nerve Entrapments” Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, September/October, 2005, (95) #5 p. 429-432.
  22. Barrett, S.L, Jarvis, J. “Equinus Deformity as a Factor in Forefoot Nerve Entrapment: Treatment with Endoscopic Gastrocnemius Recession” Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, September/October 2005, (95) #5 p. 464-468.
  23. Larson, E., Barrett, S.L, Battison, B., Maloney, C., and Dellon, A., “Accurate Nomenclature for Forefoot Nerve Entrapment—A historical Perspective”, #3, p. 298-306. 2005
  24. Dellon, A.L., Barrett, S.L., “Sinus Tarsi Denervation—Clinical Results.” Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, March/April, 2005 (95) #2 p. 108-113.

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