Physical Therapy of the Foot and Ankle
Gary C. Hunt, Thomas G. McPoil
Churchill Livingstone, 1995 - Medical - 422 pages
This edition provides revised and updated coverage on the anatomy, examination, evaluation and therapeutics of common foot and ankle disorders. It emphasizes physical therapy research and clinical procedures that could be utilized in most physical therapy clinics. New to this edition are chapters on paediatric foot problems and special diagnostic techniques. In addition, the chapters on orthotics, insensitive foot and use of videography in the clinic have been expanded.
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Anatomy and Biomechanics
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