Essential Keys To A Pre-Op Biomechanical Evaluation
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For further reading, see “Keys To The Biomechanical Evaluation Of The Symptomatic Adult-Acquired Flatfoot” in the April 2012 issue of Podiatry Today, “Emerging Concepts In Podiatric Biomechanics” in the December 2006 issue or “Emerging Trends In Research With Orthoses And Biomechanics” in the April 2009 issue.
Also check out the DPM Blog “What Happened To Continuing Education For Podiatric Biomechanics?” at http://goo.gl/IIyLq .