Pocket Podiatry: Functional Anatomy - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780702030321, 9780702042812

Pocket Podiatry: Functional Anatomy

1st Edition

Series Editors: Ian Mathieson
Authors: James Watkins
eBook ISBN: 9780702042812
Paperback ISBN: 9780702030321
Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
Published Date: 12th May 2009
Page Count: 336
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Elementary biomechanics

Chapter 2 - Tissues, organs and systems

Chapter 3 - The skeleton

Chapter 4 - Connecitve tissues

Chapter 5 - The articular system

Chapter 6 - The neuromuscular system

Chapter 7 - Structure and function of the foot

Glossary

Index


Description

Pocket Podiatry: Functional Anatomy gives you all the essentials of examination and diagnosis in a convenient, user-friendly format. With the emphasis on practical, step-by-step guidance, this handy volume is specially designed to include helpful diagrams, tables, tips and summary boxes to give you quick access to key information with the minimum of fuss.

With its clarity and portability, students will find the Pocket Podiatry series an invaluable companion to their studies, while practitioners will appreciate its clinical orientation and concision.

Key Features

Features:

• Relevant – focuses on key information
• Convenient – handy sized volumes can easily be carried in coat pocket
• Practical – a minimum of theory and a maximum of clinical emphasis
• Accessible – user-friendly format with summaries and helpful tips
• Specialist – written by podiatrists for podiatrists
• Clear – full colour design throughout


Details

No. of pages:
336
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Churchill Livingstone 2009
Published:
Imprint:
Churchill Livingstone
eBook ISBN:
9780702042812
Paperback ISBN:
9780702030321

About the Series Editors

Ian Mathieson Series Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Senior Lecturer, Wales Centre for Podiatric Studies, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, UK

About the Authors

James Watkins Author

Previous books and chapters written by the author:

Books:

WATKINS, J. Structure and Function of the Musculoskeletal SystemChampaign, Ill: Human Kinetics, 1999, 376 pp. ISBN 0-88011-686-2

WATKINS, J. Estrutura e Funcao do Sistema MusculoesqueleticoSao Paulo: Artmed Editora , 2001, 383 pp. ISBN 0-88011-686-2

Portuguese edition of Structure and Function of the Musculoskeletal System

WATKINS, J. An Introduction to Mechanics of Human Movement Lancaster: MTP Press, 1983, 146 pp. ISBN 0-85200-492-3

WATKINS, J., REILLY, T. & BURWITZ, L. (Eds.) Sports Science London: E. & F.N.Spon, 1986, 412 pp. ISBN 0-419-13930-3

REILLY, T., WATKINS, J. & BORMS, J. (Eds.) Kinanthropometry III London: E. & F.N.Spon, 1986, 312 pp. ISBN 0-419-13970-2

Book chapters:

WATKINS, J. In Press. Basic biomechanics of gait. In D.L. Lorimer, G. J. French, M. O' Donnell and J. G. Burrow (Eds), Neale's Disorders of the Foot: Diagnosis and Management. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. 7th edition.

WATKINS, J. In Press Structure and function of the foot. In D.L. Lorimer, G. J. French, M. O' Donnell and J. G. Burrow (Eds), Neale's Disorders of the Foot: Diagnosis and Management. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. 7th edition.

WATKINS, J. Structure and function of the foot. In D.L. Lorimer, G. J. French, M. O' Donnell and J. G. Burrow (Eds), Neale's Disorders of the Foot: Diagnosis and Management, 6th edition. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 2001, p1-22. ISBN 0443-0644-15

WATKINS, J. Biomechanics of movement. In N. Armstrong and W. Van Mechelen (Eds), Textbook of Paediatric Exercise Science and Medicine. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000, p107-122. ISBN 0-19-262977-8

WATKINS, J. Injuries in volleyball. In P. Renström (Ed). Clinical Practice of Sports Injury: Prevention and CareOxford: Blackwell Scientific Publishers, 1994, p360-374.

WATKINS, J. An overview of sports-related lower-limb epiphyseal injuries. In G. Gleeson (Ed). The Growing Child in Competitive Sport. Sevenoaks: Ho

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor of Biomechanics, Swansea University, Singleton Park, Swansea, UK