Marc Benard, DPM discusses the EMR pathology-specific biomechanical templates developed by the ABPM. Dr Benard also reviews the utilization of the biomechanical templates in resident training as well as applying the templates for the assessment of pes planus.
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Marc Benard He is an employee and officer of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine.