Bunion (Hallux valgus): Behind the Scenes

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Bunion (Hallux valgus): Behind the Scenes

Bunion (Hallux valgus): Behind the Scenes by David Tollafield.

When it comes to a condition like the bunion there is confusion as to whether to have something done or not. The patient’s need for quality information and guidance often plays second place. If you are contemplating bunion surgery, then please read this book first. Let’s see if we can avoid surgery, but if not, it is important to make the right decision. David Tollafield, a retired podiatric (foot) surgeon will take you through the corridors behind the scenes in an open appraisal of modern day management of this often painful condition. The book is divided into three parts with 25 external hyperlinked areas for ease of navigation. There are 17 case histories, 3 instructional films made especially for this book on self-management, 23 colour plates, 7 lines drawings and 3 tables.

I had to scratch around the internet looking at blogs, which mainly were American. In fact, had I read your book I may well have saved myself some money. I particularly enjoyed your patients’ diaries Your book is extremely well written and I would highly recommend anyone considering surgery to read this first. There was more post-op information than anything that I could find! Nicola Harvey, Registered Nurse and foot surgery patient

This is a very comprehensive book, covering all aspects of hallux valgus surgery. I think it’s an essential read for anyone undergoing this type of procedure, explaining things in layman’s terms. The ‘real’ stories answer the age-old question from patients ‘Is there someone I can speak to who has had this done?’Mr Tony Wilkinson, Consultant Podiatric Surgeon & Former Dean, College of Podiatry

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About David R. Tollafield:
David Tollafield is a qualified podiatrist and foot surgeon, now retired and has turned to authorship and journalism. He qualified in 1978 and has traveled and lectured widely. His books support foot health, reflective education, patient journeys and podiatric practice. His website is consultingfootpain.co.uk and he writes regularly for his website under Busypencilcase Reflective Communications. You can follow him on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

Other books by David R. Tollafield:
Clinical Skills in Treating the Foot
Assessment of the Lower Limb
Morton’s Neuroma: Podiatrist Turned Patient: My Own Journey
Foot Health Myths, Facts & Fables: Podiatry Reflections
Podiatrist on a Mission
Selling Foot Health as Podiatry: Promoting Your Service to patients. A Reflective Podiatric Practice Series
The Story of Crystal Rouge (children’s book)

Book Details:
Title: Bunion (Hallux valgus): Behind the Scenes
Author: David Tollafield
Publisher: ‎ Independently published
Published: 11 July 2019
Language: ‎ English
Format: Paperback
Pages: 233
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1077747616

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