Podiatric Orthopedics: Principles and Practices by Philip R. Brachman is a classic text from 1984.
The book is very rare and at this stage has no availability on the preowned market. (Check AbeBooks).
About the author of Podiatric Orthopedics: Principles and Practices:
Philip R. Brachman DSC, was a Professor of Orthopedics at the College of Chiropody and Pedic Surgery in Chicago. He later took up the presidency of Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine in 1971 and was instrumental in forming the American College of Foot Orthopedists in 1949. Dr Brachman was podiatrist at the Children’s Rehabilitation Center of Mercy Hospital, where he specialized in the gait of children with cerebral palsy. This led him to invent an ambulatory splint, known as the Brachman Skate to help the gait of these children.
Other Books by Philip R. Brachman:
Shoe Therapy, a Scientific Guide for Shoe Fitting and Shoe Corrections
Mechanical Foot Therapy
Foot Therapy for Children
Title: Podiatric Orthopedics: Principles and Practices
Author: Philip R. Brachman DSC
Publisher: Podiatry Book Co. Chicago
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