J. LeMaster
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Health Information Seeking, Receipt, and Use in Diabetes Self-Management
D. Longo, Shari Schubert, Barbara A. Wright, J. LeMaster, C. Williams, J. Clore
MedicineThe Annals of Family Medicine
1 July 2010
TLDR
A new health information model is developed that reflects both the nonlinear nature of health information-seeking behavior and the interplay of both active information seeking and passive receipt of information. Expand
163 Citations
22
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Comprehensive foot examination and risk assessment. A report of the Task Force of the Foot Care Interest Group of the American Diabetes Association, with endorsement by the American Association of…
A. Boulton, D. Armstrong, +9 authors D. Wukich
Medicine
Physical therapy

2008
TLDR
As physical therapy, podiatric medicine and identification of those patients at risk of foot problems is the first step in preventing such complications, this report will focus on key components of the foot exam.Expand
415 Citations
19
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Comprehensive Foot Examination and Risk Assessment
A. Boulton, D. Armstrong, +9 authors D. Wukich
Medicine
Diabetes Care

1 August 2008
TLDR
A task force was assembled by the ADA to address and concisely summarize recent literature in this area and then recommend what should be included in the comprehensive foot exam for adult patients with diabetes.Expand
347 Citations
10
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Fall and Balance Outcomes After an Intervention to Promote Leg Strength, Balance, and Walking in People With Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy: “Feet First” Randomized Controlled Trial
R. Kruse, J. LeMaster, R. Madsen
Medicine
Physical Therapy

1 November 2010
TLDR
People who are sedentary and who have DM+PN appear to be able to increase activity without increasing their rate of falling, and the intensity of the intervention was insufficient to improve strength and balance in this population.Expand
117 Citations
10
Incidence of falls, risk factors for falls, and fall-related fractures in individuals with diabetes and a prior foot ulcer.
Carolyn Wallace, G. Reiber, +4 authors Christy Vath
Medicine
Diabetes care

1 November 2002
TLDR
Falls are very common in individuals with diabetes and prior foot ulcers and the risk of a fall-related fracture was significantly higher in women than in men. Expand
218 Citations
8
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Motivation and diabetes self-management
C. Shigaki, R. Kruse, +4 authors J. LeMaster
Medicine
Chronic illness

30 July 2010
TLDR
Individuals with higher levels of autonomous motivation reported higher frequencies for maintaining diet and testing blood glucose, however, which supports the utility of Self-Determination Theory in promoting diabetes self-care.Expand
109 Citations
7
Comprehensive foot examination and risk assessment.
A. Boulton, D. Armstrong, +9 authors D. Wukich
Medicine
Endocrine practice : official journal of the…
26 August 2008
TLDR
A task force was assembled by the ADA to review and provide a concise summary of the recent literature in this area and then recommend what factors should be included in the comprehensive foot examination for adult patients with diabetes. Expand
82 Citations
7
Weight-bearing versus nonweight-bearing exercise for persons with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy: a randomized controlled trial.
Michael J. Mueller, L. Tuttle, +4 authors D. Sinacore
Medicine
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
1 May 2013
TLDR
The ability of this population with chronic disease to increase 6MWD and daily step count with a WB exercise program compared with an NWB exercise program is indicated. Expand
90 Citations
5
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Effect of therapeutic footwear on foot reulceration in patients with diabetes: a randomized controlled trial.
G. Reiber, DOUGLAS G. Smith, +7 authors J. LeMaster
Medicine
JAMA

15 May 2002
TLDR
This study suggests that careful attention to foot care by health care professionals may be more important than therapeutic footwear but does not negate the possibility that special footwear is beneficial in persons with diabetes who do not receive such close attention by their health care providers or in individuals with severe foot deformities. Expand
212 Citations
4
Effect of Weight-Bearing Activity on Foot Ulcer Incidence in People With Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy: Feet First Randomized Controlled Trial
J. LeMaster, Michael J. Mueller, G. Reiber, D. Mehr, R. Madsen, V. Conn
Medicine
Physical Therapy

1 November 2008
TLDR
Promoting weight-bearing activity did not lead to significant increases in foot ulcer rates and can be considered following adequate assessment and counseling of patients with DM+PN.Expand
126 Citations
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