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   An Ideal ePodiatry Consent Forms Companion Resource


By popular demand, we have expanded our mission to include robust educational content library.  Now, you can augment your career and enhance your podiatry practice with deep subject matter knowledge. Use ourexciting new teaching tool; the Comprehensive Library of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery™ for all your educational needs. Better yet! Invest in all our CD-ROMs for the best value package.

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This is not a podcast, videotape, lecture or e-subscription service with “time-bomb”. When you purchase from us – you own your practice and educational products forever. The library is simply the most cost-effective and time-efficient way to study and learn.  Distance Education  …  on your laptop, home or office desktop computer! 



  • The Complex Deformity Known as Hallux Abducto Valgus
  • Surgical Principles of Hallux Abducto Valgus Reconstruction
  • The Akin Osteotomy and Modifications
  • The Reverdin Osteotomy and Modifications
  • Distal and Subcapital Metaphyseal Osteotomy Techniques
  • The Meyer-Scarf Mid-shaft Osteotomy
  • Proximal Osteotomies for Metatarsus Primus Adductus
  • First MCJ Fusion Arthrodesis
  • Pediatric Hallux Valgus Surgery
  • Hallux Limitus, Arthrosis and Rigidus;
  • And much more!


  • Prevention and Pathophysiology of Foot Infections
  • Sterilization, Disinfection, Ecology, and Skin Preparation
  • Blood Borne and Communicable Pathogens
  • OSHA, BIRD FLU, SARS West-Nile and AIDS Standards 
  • Recognition and Pathophysiology of Foot Infections
  • Bacteriology and the Role of Glycocalix in Foot Infections
  • Laboratory and Radiographic Diagnostic Modalities
  • Diagnostic Laboratory Analysis of Foot Infections
  • Skin, Soft Tissue and Subcutaneous Foot Infections
  • Infected Foot Ulcerations
  • Traumatic Infections of the Foot
  • Osteomyelitis of the Foot and Ankle
  • Major Anaerobic Infections of the Foot
  • Antimicrobial and Antifungal Agents of Choice
  • Surgical Treatment of the Infected Foot
  • Wound Healing, Decompression, and Soft Tissue Coverage
  • New Treatment Modalities for the Infected Foot
  • Neuropathic Osteoarthropathy and Foot Infections
  • Psychiatric Considerations of the Infected Patient
  • Medicolegal Implications of the Infected Patient;
  • And much more!


  • Leg, Ankle and Foot Fractures; soft tissue and bone
  • AO/ASIF Open and Closed Traumatology
  • Pes Cavus Foot, Pes Planus Foot and Vertical Talus
  • Club Foot , Metatarsus Adductus and Pediatric Surgery
  • Neuroma, Nerve Compression and Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
  • RSD and Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
  • Leg, Ankle and Foot Surgery with Arthroscopy
  • Fundamental foot and ankle surgical principles
  • Nail, Digital, metatarsal, TB, neuroma and bunion surgery
  • Midfoot, pes cavus and flat foot surgery
  • Major and minor foot-ankle-leg tendon transfers
  • Major rear-foot and mid-foot fusions
  • Ankle equinus deformity and ankle surgery
  • The infect and diabetic fetid foot
  • And much more!


  • History Taking & Physical Exam Techniques
  • Medical Records Documentation
  • Laboratory and Chemical Analysis
  • Podiatric Dermatology, Oncology and Vascular Medicine
  • X-ray, Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Techniques
  • CT, PET, and MRI san, with Bone Scans
  • Bone Tumors and Oncology
  • Lower Extremity Anatomy and Myology
  • Arthritis, Rheumatology and Connective Tissue Disorders
  • Podo-Pediatrics and Podo-Geriatrics
  • Pharmacology, Anesthetics, Analgesics, Steroids and NSAIDS
  • Diabetology, Neuropathy, the Insensitive Foot and Wound Care
  • Antibiotics, Anti-fungals and Drugs-of-Choice 
  • Shoes and Fitting, Biomechanics, Orthopedics and Orthoses
  • Social and Occupational Medicine
  • And so much more!

Additional Information

Original content provided by the nation’s leading authorities on podiatric medicine and surgery; updated by experts, as needed. The Comprehensive Library of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery™ also ideal for board-examination preparation and home-study. Sample download file is a crippled version for illustrative purposes only. Sample Link: anaerobic-infections

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[Copyright: Courtesy Dr. Mark D. Dollard; FACFAS]

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Last-Generation “Print” Podiatrist 

Written by Dr. Marcinko

August 14, 2008 at 9:02 pm

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  1. Foot and Ankle Research Consortium, Inc.
    FARC, Inc

    I used Podiatry Board Prep™ software to study for the 2007-2008 ABPS examination and passed! The program was very helpful in guiding my study even while on a ski trip out West. I highly recommend it!

    Dr. Dan Waldman; FACFAS
    Asheville, NC

    Dr. Dan Waldman, DPM

    September 30, 2008 at 6:24 pm

  2. Add More Content to Your e-Podiatry Consent Forms™

    The Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Library™, on CD-ROM, is also the ideal companion to add even more content to your consent forms. Content Management [CM] is a great way to enhance patient education, too!

    A DPM

    Content Management

    October 4, 2008 at 10:24 pm

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    August 26, 2009 at 10:29 am

  4. Hello,

    I received the FARC comprehensive “Study Guide Library” by mail a few days ago, and am thrilled with it on my laptop.

    Charles Edwards, DPM

    Charles Edwards, DPM

    April 17, 2010 at 3:28 pm

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