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2015

Yearly Archives

American Podiatric Medical Association

American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) provides comprehensive information about many foot disorders. It also contains detailed information about sports medicine related conditions. The APMA is the leading professional organization for podiatrists in the United States. The primary mission of the APMA is to improve the quality of foot care in the U.S.

http://www.apma.org/foot.htm


Web M.D.

Web M.D. contains comprehensive and updated information on a range of diseases and conditions as well as extensive information on drug products. Users can access health news, articles, research reports, condition-specific centers and support communities, interactive tools and programs, as well as online health and life-style product catalogues and ordering services. Web M.D. is a leading consumer-focused health care information site.

http://www.webmd.com


Medem

Medem contains authoritative information on many diseases and conditions. This information comes from leading medical organizations and government agencies. Medem was formed by some of the leading medical organizations in the United States and provides credible information on various specialties.

http://www.medem.com


Podiatry Channel

The Podiatry Channel contains comprehensive information on various foot and ankle diseases and conditions. The site also contains information, informative videos, an “Ask the Podiatrist” feature, and a bulletin board section for interested patients.

http://www.podiatrychannel.com


MedLine Plus – Diabetic Foot section

This section of the Medline Plus web site contains well-organized links to information on all aspects of diabetic foot care from leading government agencies, professional medical organizations, and academic medical centers. The information for each condition includes patient guides, the latest research and news, clinical trials, patient resources, and a variety of other valuable resources.

http://www.nim.nih.gov/medlineplus/diabeticfoot.htm


MedLine Plus – Foot Injuries and Disorders section

This section of the Medline Plus web site contains well-organized links to information on specific foot injuries and disorders from leading government agencies, professional medical organizations, and academic medical centers. The information for each condition includes patient guides, the latest research and news, clinical trials, patient resources, and a variety of other valuable resources.

http://www.nim.nih.gov/medlineplus/footinjuriesand disorders.htm


post MedLine Plus – Nail Disease section

This section of the Medline Plus web site contains well-organized links to nail disease, information from leading government agencies, professional medical organizations, and academic medical centers. The information for each condition includes patient guides, the latest research and news, clinical trials, patient resources, and a variety of other valuable resources.

http://www.nim.nih.gov/medlineplus/naildiseases.htm


post MedLine Plus – Foot Health section

This section of the Medline Plus web site contains well-organized links to foot health information promoting government agencies, professional medial organizations, and academic medical centers. The information for each condition includes patient guides, the latest research and news, clinical trials, patient resources, and a variety of other valuable resources. The site also offers extensive information on prescription and nonprescription drugs. The site also contains a link to Medline – a premiere database of biomedical literature covering over 4,300 journals and containing over 11,000,000 citations. This site is operated by the National Library of Medicine.

http://www.nim.nih.gov/medlineplus/foothealth-htm


post American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

AMERICAN PODIATRIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) provides comprehensive information about many foot disorders. It also contains detailed information about sports medicine related conditions. The APMA is the leading professional organization for podiatrists in the United States. The primary mission of the APMA is to improve the quality of foot care in the U.S.

http://www.apma.org/foot.htm


what is this section

This section provides links to organizations that have valuable clinical information related to foot care and contain related resources. These organizations have been selected based on their reputation in the medical field and on the quality of their information. For each organization there is a brief description of what you will find and a direct link to the information on the organization’s site. Hopefully, these links will prove useful to you and help you to understand your present foot, ankle, or lower leg problems.