A Myanmar baby with 12 fingers and 14 toes is making international headlines. Her mother hopes her child will soon make history in the Guinness Book of Records. The recent Associated Press story detailed the child’s condition and featured podiatric surgeon, Dr. Craig Camasta, providing expertise on polydactylism and the challenges faced by pediatric patients and their parents.
To view the article on Fox News click here. http://www.foxnews.com/health/2011/02/16/girl-fingers-toes-seeks-world-record/
To view the video on You Tube, click here. Girl With 12 Fingers, 14 Toes Aims for a Record
Dr. Craig Camasta is a board certified foot and ankle surgeon with Village Podiatry Centers. He is a licensed podiatric surgeon in the U.S., Canada and Australia. Dr. Camasta is a widely sought after international lecturer and teacher on foot deformities and reconstructive surgical techniques for pediatrics and adults. His offices are located in Douglasville and Atlanta.
Village Podiatry Centers is the largest podiatric surgical group in Georgia with more than 30 physicians in 25 offices. Comprehensive medical and surgical treatment is provided for all conditions and injuries of the foot, ankle and lower leg including bunions, heel pain, foot and ankle fractures and reconstructive surgery.