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Title: Your Feet Don’t Have to Hurt: A Woman’s Guide to Lifelong Foot Care
ASIN: 0312979835

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Did you know that the feet are the only part of a woman’s body that naturally LOSES fat as she gets older–resulting in the potential for greater foot pain as a woman ages? Learn tips to fight this loss–and countless other secrets of woman’s foot care–as a top female podiatric surgeon shows you why Your Feet Don’t have to Hurt
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In this unique volume, Dr. Suzanne M. Levine will offer the first comprehensive guide to the prevention and treatment of foot pain that acknowledges the greater prevalence and severity of women’s foot problems. This book will take a decade-by-decade approach to foot care for women, explaining what we can do in our twenties, thirties, and forties to avoid foot pain and surgery in our fifties, sixties, and beyond. Featuring:

*An “A to Z” symptom-finder for foot problems common to both men and women: *corns *calluses *heel soreness *athelete’s foot *nail fungus
*How to prevent and treat serious joint problems and ligament tears
*In-depth coverage of foot problems specific to women
*The danger of botched pedicures
*How the stresses of pregnancy can affect your feet
*How to repair the painful damage done by high-heeled shoes

Dr. Levine will show women authoritatively and clearly how to end and prevent foot pain.

Your Feet Don't Have to Hurt: A Woman's Guide to Lifelong Foot Care
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Category: Pain Management
Brand: St. Martin’s Paperbacks
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A disappointing book that provides no new insites and presents very basic and minimal foot care information.

If one is to believe the author’s implication regarding back doctors one comes away thinking them not clever enough to recognize a back problem that is foot related and that they never refer patients (or are too greedy to refer?) to podiatrists. One wonders if the author may be mistaken. Perhaps back doctors have good reason to never refer patients to her?

The author seems to believe that fungal infections are on the rise and spread "due to the proliferation of health clubs, school gyms and nail parlors." Hmmm. It couldn’t be that those little spores are everywhere, opportunistic, possiblely gain a toe hold (no pun intended) due to the massive use of antibiotics in recent years, are often systemic etc etc. This is not to imply we should not follow hygienic (surprisingly not listed in the index) guidelines and common sense.

The book is presented on the cover as…

Category: Pain Management