Toe Walking - A Guide for Parents - David Pomarino.
Habitual Toe Walking. Diagnosis, classification, treatment. Published by David Pomarino, Norbert Veelken and Stephan Martin. •Ground-breaking: The first publication on the subject•Close to reality: treatment options explained using appropriate case studies•Ensuring you make the right decision: Get the right diagnosis one step at a time using our four-stage model and treat patients appropriatelyExcerpt from the book:“What should you do if a patient presents themselves at your practice with complaints of only being able to walk on their forefoot? Despite the fact that toe walking occurs in up to 15% pf children, diagnostic and treatment processes have barely been standardised up until this point. Approximately one third of the children show no neurological problems following extensive anamnesis and differential diagnosis, these individuals are then described as idiopathic or habitual toe walkers. The affected children frequently experience pain in their back, knees or feet and may even display deformities on their back or feet. The exact diagnosis and efficient therapy of the symptoms can counteract pathological changes when they first appear and therein minimise
The publisher:David Pomarino is a fully qualified physiotherapist, with additional qualifications in sensory integration therapy (SI), spiral dynamics, biomechanics, head of an lecturer for the courses on Bobath at the training seminar in Schaumburg, owner of a practice for gait anomalies in Hamburg and honorary doctor of the Bolivian doctors’ association “Colegio Medico de La Paz”.Where to order:Erschienen im November 2011, 124 Seiten, 75 Abbildungen, 11 Tabellen, 39,95 Euro (Deutschland), 41,10 Euro (Österreich), inkl. gesetzl. MwSt. This book has unfortunately sold out and is no longer available.
Advice for Parents
The first ever guide for parents on the topic of toe walking, published in May 2018:Toe Walking, A Guide for Parents was published by David Pomarino and includes contributions from Anneke Thren, Klaus Marquard, Markus Stachon, Oliver Umbach and Stefanie Morigeau. The contents include:•Toe Walking: The different types•Treatment approaches•Treatment in three stages in accordance with PomarinoQuoted from the preface:“Toe walking in children is unfortunately often treated incorrectly or not at all. This is particularly problematic since early onset of treatment is important for the course of the condition and can prevent severe consequences causing future problems. This guide offers parents of children displaying toe walking some help in choosing the correct diagnostic approach and treatment.”The publisher: David Pomarino is a professional physiotherapist with additional qualifications in sensory integration therapy, spiral dynamics and biomechanics, he is a lecturer with the Schaumburger training seminars, the owner of a practice for gait anomalies in Hamburg and an honorary doctor with the Bolivian doctors’ association “Colegio Medico de La Paz”.
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The first book on the subject:
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Where to order:1st edition published in May 2018, 35 pages, 10 Euros (including taxes, excluding 2,50 Euros to cover shipping within Germany). You can order your copy via the practice Pomarino. Call our practice for gait anomalies in Hamburg on +49 (040) 5132 08 80 or write us an email at email@example.com.This guide for parents can also be purchased in English.
any long-term damage, which may have even required surgical measures to be taken.” This compact book covers a gap in knowledge which has existed in the area of specialised and complex gait anomalies for many years. Especially professionals can benefit from the practical tools it provides them with, in order to formulate the right diagnosis in their day to day work, including the classification of the symptoms and the identification of an appropriate and personalised treatment approach.