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The following is a list of books that will help you help you get your feet healthy or prevent you from heading into serious foot problems. These references range from foot care for diabetics to foot injury prevention and foot revitalization methods. These are good starting points for anyone who isn't familiar with healthy foot care and wants to learn more about foot health.
What are you expected to learn? You will learn the basics, that not many people are aware of. These basic facts are: the body's midline, a guide to the foot and how we walk, personal care and professional help for your feet, the anatomy of a foot, heel pain, tendon injuries and much more.
The authors do describe their goal in the preface as providing information to those in need of podiatric care; the book can serve as a good guide to readers in that group, as it contains general basic information on a wide range of disorders.
As the title says, it will start with the basics about the foot from basic terms like bones, muscles, connectors and joints to the more advanced information, such as the biomechanics of the foot and the lower leg. The book features a great section on pronation and supination. If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, this will be a great read. Two chapters were particularly useful: Children's Feet and Geriatric Feet .
We liked the fact it will address the whole family. It can be a great reference too for podiatrists willing to advance their knowledge.
Some of the topics discussed in details are: the Gait Cycle, common foot and ankle problems (bunions, hammertoes, plantar fasciitis) and foot orthoses. It has a great section on callus pattern and mindful healing associated with the foot, the brain and healing.
The book is not a brick and is easy to read. It is the final of the six book line up of "Fixing You". As for Rick Olderman, he is a sports orthopedic physiotherapist, personal trainer and Pilates instructor. He takes great pride in returning people to a normal daily routine, thanks to his great work.
Below you will find some great videos related to foot anatomy and the biomechanics of the foot.