Book and Booklets
Few works, academic or otherwise, have attempted to bring to life the period of intense change that occurred in the late 1970s and early 1980s, signalling the shift from ‘chiropody’ to ‘podiatry’.
Book Review – “Selling Foot Health as Podiatry” By Beverley Wright Inspiration comes in many forms and none more so when I was given the privilege of reviewing author David Tollafield’s new book “Selling Foot Health as Podiatry”. This book highlights learning the...
David explains a bit about this common nerve condition and points to more information and encourages people to take time over removing the cause and avoiding surgery. He should know as he had Morton’s neuroma.
Making decisions is not easy and so this book is a must Hallux valgus (HV) and the bunion is traditionally treated by orthopaedic specialists. My book introduces the reader to the work of the specialist podiatrist providing you with a wider range of options . Hallux...
There are in fact five films used in my publication Bunion, hallux Valgus, behind the scenes which covers how to decide what treatment you need from self-help to conservative care and finishing with three patients who retell their journey stories following surgery.
Taking a look at the range of books by author and podiatrist David Tollafield
Can we really be sure we’ve imparted all the information needed for informed decision making. The answer is probably not, and that is where books like this become important resources bridging the gap between the knowledge we can practically impart and the additional knowledge patients may be keen to possess before making a decision about their healthcare.’
How you project your image is important and to do this your message must be clear and focused. In this book the author considers the whole skeleton of talking effectively with the powerful use of personal experience in the form of anecdotes. This handy size book is culled from 40 years of experience in the business.
It may seem a hackneyed expression, but I wish that I had had this book whilst at college. For a student, or someone with a passion for skin, this book is a must for the podo-dermatologist, if not, dare I say, all serious podiatrists. We spend our life dealing with skin and so knowledge of the cellular activity is important.
Welcome to 'Writing a Patient Diary' Writing a patient diary is fun. It keeps you on track and prevents you from forgetting those events. By the second week you might forget all of the problems you will have encountered during the first days. This is free so just...