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David P. Dillard
12-28-2001, 05:27 AM
Subject: MEDICAL: PODIATRY : MEDICAL: ORGANIZATIONS : SPORTS: INJURIES :
SPORTS: MEDICINE: ORGANIZATIONS: [netsites] American Academy of Podiatric
Sports Medicine (AAPMS)

The American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine deals with foot care and
injuries for athletes and its website may have information that is useful
to some of the members of this discussion group.


American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine
http://www.aapsm.org/

"The members of the American Academy Of Podiatric Sports Medicine
provide care for sports injuries of the foot, ankle and lower
extremity. The AAPSM was founded in 1975 and has been at the
forefront of sports medicine ever since then."

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Website Subject Resources and Links Content Organization

Sports injuries impact the health and quality of life of millions of
Americans. Regular exercise is vital to overall health and fitness. The
foot, ankle and lower extremity are important health and overall health
and well-being. The AAPMS shares this site with the public to enhance
their knoweldge of injuries of this area. The members of the AAPSM have
specific interest and experience in treating sports related foot and ankle
injuries. You may view our membership list or use the American Podiatric
Medical Association's online "find a podiatrist" service to find members
who have AAPSM listed as an affiliate organization.

Topics Of Note

Running Shoe Recommendations
Soccer Shoe Recommendations
Baseball/Softball, Hiking Boots, Golf, Tennis and Miscellaneous Sport
Shoes
Socks: Everything You Need To Know
Basketball Shoes & Injury
Overuse Knee Injuries
Tarsal Coalitions
Sports Information For Patients

Nominations Being Accepted by the American Academy of Podiatric Sports
Medicine For 2002 National Athletic Trainers' Association Award

Periodic Tips and Tricks

Don't ignore foot and leg pain - it is not a normal part of exercise. If
the pain persists see a podiatric sports medicine specialist.

More tips
Coaches and Athletic Trainers Corner

Running Style
Overuse Knee Injuries
Tarsal Coalition
Morton's Neuroma
Ankle Sprains - Treatment & Prevention
Plantar Fasciitis - A Detailed Look

CAT Archives
Current Highlight
Look at our updated Shoe List: Fall 2001 .
About The AAPMS
Purpose
Who's Who
Fellows
Membership Roster
History
Education

Read about the Role of Academy in education and the document On Education
to learn about the AAPSM's stance on education.

Communications & Questions to the AAPSM

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I hope that the members of this discussion group will find this
information useful, even if some of it may be quite a feet to understand.

Sincerely,
David Dillard
Temple University
(215) 204-4584
jwne@astro.temple.edu

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