Dr Shapiro concludes his series on his kineticokinematic (KK) approach by demonstrating its practical application in the choice of procedures in two surgical cases: a sub-hallux diabetic ulceration and a medial displacement calcaneal osteotomy.
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Kevin Kelly, the founder of Wired® magazine, has said that understanding how best to learn is probably the most important skill an educated person can have today. Join Jarrod Shapiro in this issue as he explores the topic of how we learn how to learn.