Primary Podiatric Medicine
This book defines and examines the concepts and precepts of podiatric primary care. Begins with the components of podiatry--including podiatric prevention, ambulatory care, occupational podiatry, and community health--then moves on to the practice of podiatric primary care--with chapters on the diabetic foot, foot infections, biomechanics and orthopedics, nail and skin problems, vascular disease and much more!
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