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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...
My regular feature for podiatrists who author on my website. Trevor Prior is a senior member of the podiatry profession and has held Dean of Faculty of Podiatric Surgery. His expertise is very wide but his main interest lies with sports podiatry.
Promoting oneself is important, not just in business but in life and in our careers. Modern methods differ significantly to those when I started. Permission to say more and express images are now powerful features of our message. This book is written with 40 years experience in podiatry for podiatrists. Whether you are seeking a career in podiatry, shortly to qualify or if you have been in the business for a while, hopefully something new will help you shine. The material content should appeal to those working not just in the independent sector but also in the NHS.
Taking a look at the range of books by author and podiatrist David Tollafield
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David considers that being healthy whilst locked down is all very well but getting out safely into the countryside spaces can be achieved if five simple rules are followed. This YouTube video captures the essence of how to.
What should you ask from a factsheet? Factsheets should be well written, have few spelling mistakes, be easy to read, laid out well and ideally not photocopied to death. Well presented factsheets mean the clinician cares as much about you as he/she does about the information they offer.