Clinical Skills in Treating the Foot
Clinical Skills in Treating the Foot,
Edition 2
By Warren Turner, BSc(Hons), DpodM and Linda M. Merriman, MPhil, DPodM, MCHS Cert

Publication Date : 17 Aug 2005

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Description
A textbook for podiatry students and others which looks at the treatment options for foot problems, how the appropriate selections should be made and how they should be incorporated into the management of the affected patient. The text is in 3 main sections: the essntial principles of managing foot disorders; methods for managing foot conditions; and the management of specific client groups.

Key Features

  • Written by an experienced team of clinicians who also understand the needs of students as well as practitioners
  • Logical and clear structure makes it easy to use for both clinicians and students
  • Each chapter is self-contained and can be used for independent reading topics
  • Case histories and clinical comment sections illustrate important clinical points
  • Key points and summaries provides assistance for learning and review
  • Features approximately 400 illustrations
About the author
By Warren Turner, BSc(Hons), DpodM, Pro-Dean (Contracts & Business Enterprise), South Bank University, Faculty of Health & Social Care, London South Bank University, UK and Linda M. Merriman, MPhil, DPodM, MCHS Cert, Associate Dean Postgraduate & External Affairs, School of Health & Social Sciences, Coventry University, Coventry, UK
Table of Contents
Section 1 Essential Principles of Management
1. Treatment Planning
2. Evidence Based Practice and Clinical Governance
3. Clinical Protocols
4. Clinical Emergencies
5. Health and Health Promotion
Section 2 Methods of Managing Foot Conditions
6. Operative Techniques
7. Surgery and the Foot
8. Pharmacology
9. Physical Therapy
10. Mechanical Therapy
11. Mechanical Therapeutics in the Clinic
12. Prescription Orthoses
13. Footwear Therapy
Section 3 Managing Specific Client Groups
14. The Adult Foot
15. The Child’s Foot
16. Management of the Sports Patient
17. Management of Tissue Viability
Index
Book Reviews
"This is a really useful book, with a clear and logical arrangement of chapters. It discusses the different treatments at the podiatrist's disposal, providing good diagrammatic and photographic illustration to aid understanding, as well as discussing treatments options for specific client groups and the factors that need to be considered.

I would recommend it to any undergraduate as a key text book, very readable and worth investing in."

Liz Perkins, University of Southampton
Book details
ISBN: 9780443071133
Page Count: 496
Retail Price: €68.99
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