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Biomechanics Educational Content on Facebook Page of Kevin A. Kirby, DPM

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Kevin Kirby, Jul 27, 2015.


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    For those interested, for the past year, I have been placing educational content on my practice Facebook page regarding foot and lower extremity biomechanics, foot orthosis therapy, examination techniques and clinical treatment of mechanically-based pathologies of the foot and lower extremity.

    The educational content contained within the Facebook page is available for viewing and download at no cost.

    Kevin A. Kirby, DPM Facebook Page
     
  2. Lab Guy

    Lab Guy Well-Known Member

    Very well written and valuable information to those that wish a greater understanding of Biomechanics. It is also commendable to Kevin that he gives so much of his time and knowledge for free.

    Steven
     
  3. Romeu Araujo

    Romeu Araujo Active Member

    The Facebook "Likes" aren't enough. Thank you very much for all the content: texts and illustrations, and lately some illustrated photos. I appreciate it a lot.

    All the best for you and for all that spend time sharing knowledge.

    Best regards
     
  4. I have added a number of new topics on my Academic Facebook Page over the past six months.

    Here is the latest one:

    Foot With Medially Deviated Subtalar Joint Axis

     
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