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biomechanics

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by cecilia1923, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. cecilia1923

    cecilia1923 Member


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    Hello everyone,
    I have been a mobile podiatrist for a few years abd decided to open a clinic on a part-time hours a few months ago. I am enjoying it because the work is different to my mobile work. I have been asked to carry out biomechanical examinations but I find them hard, I have enrolled on a number of courses but they don't start until September. I recently carried out an examination on a 44 year old man who I think has sinus tarsi. I was wondering what the differential diagnosis might be? Also could anyone recommend a good book on biomechanics for me to read.
    Thanks,
    cecilia
     
  2. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Hi Cecilia & :welcome: aboard,

    May be worthwhile reposting in the Biomechanics area of Podiatry Arena. You may receive more replies there.

    Kind regards,

    Mandy.
     
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