The purpose of the title of a medical journal article is to catch the attention of the readership and to provide a tag for search engines. Thus, the title should accurately represent the contents and conclusions of the article. We find the title of this article misleading for two reasons. First, the title implies that injections and aspirations are classified as surgeries. Second, when describing the “surgeries” performed, the authors use the term “podiatric,” which refers to a degree and not specifically an anatomic region. Their study did not include all the surgeries typically performed by surgeons with this degree. It appears that this study was limited to simple forefoot surgeries, and from what we can discern there were no ankle or leg surgeries. Thus, since the procedures studied did not include the full breadth of what the average podiatrist performs, it would be a mischaracterization to state that “the incidence of VTE is low for podiatric surgeries.” It is also confusing that the authors state that “only one study calculated VTE incidence rates in podiatric surgery”, but then subsequently cite six other studies regarding foot and ankle surgery that evaluate VTE, as if podiatric foot and ankle surgery were different from orthopedic foot and ankle surgery.