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Publications of Kevin A. Kirby, DPM

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Kevin Kirby, May 3, 2009.

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    In the interest of allowing those of you who would like to read the papers and the book chapters I have authored or coauthored, I have established a file-sharing site to allow easy access to these pdf files.

    Here is the link: http://www.box.net/shared/z9vvdj6lt8

    Here is a chronological list of the books, chapters and published papers I have authored or coauthored over the last 26 years:

    For those of you who would like to discuss one or more of these papers/chapters, I would be happy to do this publicly with you here on Podiatry Arena in order to allow others to follow along, learn and comment.
  2. Wendy

    Wendy Active Member

    I would just like to say thanks for this great resource.
  3. Wendy:

    I've been meaning to do this for some time since I get a lot of personal requests for my papers on private e-mail. It is my hope that having these papers more readily available for those who are interested will provide a better understanding of the concepts that I have tried to bring to the podiatry profession over the past quarter century.
  4. Paul Bowles

    Paul Bowles Well-Known Member


    It is amazing that you are so open and forthcoming with your work - with links as well! Thanks very much for your time in this manner, it is extremely helpful to all Podiatrists and others worldwide.
  5. Paul:

    Thanks for that.

    I greatly enjoy teaching. What better way of teaching and educating my colleagues than to provide easier access to my papers using the wonderful technologies available through the internet?!
    Last edited: May 5, 2009
  6. For those who are interested, I have just added five videos to my collection of papers and book chapter at this site: http://www.box.net/shared/z9vvdj6lt8

    The videos are demonstrations of the STJ axis locator, of abductory twist, of my cadaver research on STJ axis location with Penn State Biomechanics Lab and of midtarsal joint motion. A few of these videos have already been published on YouTube.
  7. joseph_mozena@yahoo.com

    joseph_mozena@yahoo.com Active Member

    Thank you, Kevin. You are one of the best.
  8. Joe:

    Good to see you on Podiatry Arena. Maybe I should post a video from one of our CCPM Class of '83 Roasts....."Johnny Hallux and the Blue Toes"??.....those were the good ol' days....!
    Last edited: May 8, 2009
  9. gez

    gez Member

    Thankyou for the links to your work.
    I am constantly finding my self challanged whilst reading you posts and research.
    Thanks again.
  10. Gez:

    I'll take that as a compliment. :rolleyes: Thanks.:drinks
  11. markleigh

    markleigh Active Member

    I appreciate the efforts you (& many others) make to educate Podiatrist's world wide through this site. I have benefited greatly from your contribution, unlike others who contribute for what seems like maybe ulterior motives ($$$$), you freely give which is a wonderful trait.
  12. Mark:

    Thanks for the kind words.:drinks

    I always have felt that my time on Podiatry Arena is well spent if I am able to help someone learn something that may eventually provide one or more of their patients with more comfort and less pain.
  13. manolomalaga

    manolomalaga Active Member

    Thank you very much, Dr. Kirby, first apologize for my English, I write from Spain in Spanish forum.
    This is an amazing help to learn more about his theories, also made freely available to all podiatrists the world, is a very generous.
    Sinceraly thank you very much. :drinks
  14. Manuel:

    You are most welcome!:drinks
  15. Perthpod

    Perthpod Active Member

    Thank you so much for your generosity Kevin. It is so fantastic to have the technology and great teachers like you available at the touch of a button. There can be no excuses for poor practice in this industry.
  16. My webpage that has my published papers and videos,


    unfortunately, now must be password-protected to make it a non-public webpage. Those who would like the password to view my published papers and videos may contact me privately at:


    Sorry for any inconvenience.
  17. My Lam

    My Lam Welcome New Poster

    Dear Dr Kirby,

    I could not access to the link you provided.

    Could you please show me another way to access the link.

    Thank you very much for your support, Dr Kirby.

    Yours sincerely,

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