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Therapeutic Footwear: A Comprehensive Guide, 1e Hardcover – Dec 8 2008


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"A single resource that offers complete support and guidance to professionals who wish to prescribe, fit and assess the effectiveness of therapeutic footwear. Podiatry Now, July 2009


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Board Certified Pedorthist Feb. 27 2013
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Very comprehensive and well written textbook for the care of patients with arthritis. Particularly liked the content that reviewed why foot problems can actually be occurring earlier than hand problems that might be more visible to a non-foot specialist clinician. This book would be useful for podiatrists or pedorthists that need a clinical resource to share with rheumatologists or primary care physicians about how as foot care or footwear specialists they can help patients with arthritis improve the quality of their lives.


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