Psoriasis: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

February 19, 2012

Psoriasis: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment Editor: Julian A. Carrasco Type: Hardback Date of Publication: 01 February 2012 Pages: 253 From the Publisher: This book presents current research in the causes, diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis. Topics discussed include furocoumarins used in radiation therapy to treat psoriasis; comorbidities of psoriasis and the risk factors for cardiovascular […]

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February 11, 2012

No one wants fibromyalgia as it is such a miserable disease to have. In fibromyalgia everything hurts and aches. Its makes you tired. Just getting a diagnosis (let alone treatment) can take along before the it is recognized. To make this more complicated all this, many doctors are not as familiar with “fibro” as they […]

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Peripheral Vascular Disease

January 22, 2012

Dx/Rx: Peripheral Vascular Disease Editors: Alvaro Alonso, Daniel D. McManus, Daniel Z. Fisher Paperback: 200 pages Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers Published: 1st edition (March, 2010) Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) has an effect on greater than Thirty million individuals globally, frequently people more than age 65. Regardless of this, PVD continues to be an ailment […]

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Disorders of the Heel, Rearfoot, and Ankle

January 15, 2012

Disorders of the Heel, Rearfoot, and Ankle By: Chitranjan S. Ranawat, Rock G. Positano 520 pages; 547 ills; 15 April 1999; Hardback This book on Disorders of the Heel, Rearfoot, and Ankle presents the most comprehensive, detailed summary available on conditions of the heel, rearfoot, and ankle. Their are 57 internationally recognized authors represent a […]

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Contemporary Pedorthics

January 1, 2012

Editors: Wayne Decker, C. Ped. and Stephen Albert, DPM, C. Ped Published in 2002;  soft cover; 330 pages. This contemporary book on foot and lower limb anatomy, foot biomechanics and the common disorders of the foot. Illustrations are extensive and clear Glossary and references are complete and extensive. All of the pedorthic treatments and interventions […]

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Athletic Footwear and Orthoses in Sports Medicine

October 13, 2010

Athletic Footwear and Orthoses in Sports Medicine Matthew B. Werd and E. Leslie Knight (editors) Springer; 2010 Publishers Information: This concise manual is for sports medicine specialists who want to effectively prescribe footwear and orthotics for the athlete. The book provides a logical approach designed to maximize performance and minimize injury. Introductory chapters address the […]

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Do you Know about Search Engine Optimization?

September 29, 2010

If you don’t and your Podiatry Clinic has a website, then you are not getting the most out of your website to get potential patients to your website. Search Engine Optimization: Your visual blueprint for effective Internet marketing Editor: Kristopher B. Jones A visual approach to the power of SEO marketing from a world-renowned Internet […]

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Clincial Care of the Diabetic Foot

September 24, 2010

Clincial Care of the Diabetic Foot By: Drs David G. Armstrong and Lawrence Lavery Paperback; 160 pages;  American Diabetes Association; 2 edition (June 8, 2010) What you will get from this book: This book is full of practical strategies and techniques to help clinicians to provide the best foot care for those with diabetes. All […]

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Pocket Podiatry: Paediatrics

September 8, 2010

Written by: Angela Evans Published by: Churchill Livingstone in 2010 “Pocket Podiatry” gives you all the essentials of examination and diagnosis in a convenient, user-friendly format. With the emphasis on practical, step-by-step guidance, this handy volume includes helpful diagrams, full colour photographs, tables, tips and summary boxes to give you quick access to key information […]

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Born To Run

June 25, 2010

Born to Run A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen By Christopher McDougall Part adventure story, part extreme sports, “Born to Run” is a riveting story about one journalist’s quest to discover the secrets of the world’s greatest distance runners–a reclusive Indian tribe living deep in the Copper Canyon […]

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