The American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine (ACFAOM) newly revised 3rd edition of their Review Text in Podiatric Orthopedics & Medicine is a highly outlined and thorough review of the podiatric medicine body of knowledge - everything that a podiatrist needs to review to pass board exams, except for surgical technique, which is best covered elsewhere. This new edition brings all aspects of the practice of podiatric orthopedics and medicine into one easy to read and use volume. Whether you are sitting for a certification examination or if you need a quick reference in your office, podiatric physicians can now turn to the ACFAOM Review Text for everything that they need to look up quickly, or review slowly. Twenty-three chapters, spanning the entire scope of practice, each written by the best teachers in podiatry, will give you the information you need in a well-organized, outlined form. Each chapter ends in a question set and answer key. A fresh copy of the printed book will be shipped to you and a link to the online digital version will be emailed to you as part of your purchase.
As students in podiatric schools, we are taught essentials of all courses, but there is no comprehensive text such as this that we possess upon graduation. We now have one. I am thoroughly impressed with this text, applaud all the contributors and recommend it highly to all practitioners treating foot and ankle pathology. It should be used by all colleges of podiatric medicine as a source of information for all podiatric medical and surgical programs. – Harold Schoenhaus, DPM, FACFAS
With the quick outline format, the information is not overwhelming and the book can be completely reviewed in just a few days. - Christopher R Hood JR, DPM
I find this book to be a great resource to keep me sharp and up-to-date on the knowledge I need to be a competent podiatric physician – Benjamin Kamel, DPM
The text impressed me as representing that state of the art in Podiatric medicine as it exists today and will assist in the developing the standard of care in foot and ankle surgery and orthopedics. It is so comprehensive that other disciplines of medicine treating foot and ankle pathology will also benefit from this text– Harold Schoenhaus, DPM, FACFAS
We all know there are many textbooks available, but there are few that gather all the pertinent information in as nicely a condensed yet comprehensive outlined format as this review text does– Benjamin Kamel, DPM