1st Edition

Essentials of Foot and Ankle Surgery

Edited By Maneesh Bhatia Copyright 2021
    308 Pages 338 Color & 182 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    308 Pages 338 Color & 182 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    308 Pages 338 Color & 182 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    This book is a ‘go-to’ guide for postgraduate Orthopaedic examinations as well as for Orthopaedic surgeons for trauma and elective foot and ankle surgery.

    A streamlined approach ensures that the 22 core topics are covered in a succinct and practical way. Foot and ankle surgery is a vast topic that can be daunting to revise due to the complex and diverse nature of associated pathologies. This highly illustrated succinct text, together with key learning points ensures a rapid understanding of all the essential elements of foot and ankle surgery.

    * Provides ‘need -to-know’ information for Orthopaedic surgeons

    * Assists with exam preparation for postgraduate exit exams such as the FRCS (Trauma & Orth)

    * Simple, succinct and concise

    * Over 500 illustrations to aid learning

    * Accompanying website with MCQs and videos of clinical examination and surgical techniques

    Orthopaedic surgeons, registrars and trainees, other specialty doctors, general practioners and physiotherapists with musculoskeletal interest and podiatrists will all find here ‘gold standard’ answers to foot and ankle conditions.

    1. Foot and ankle examination
    2. Nikhil Nanavati, Nicholas Eastley and Maneesh Bhatia

    3. Applied anatomy and surgical approaches
    4. Rajeev Vohra, Babaji Sitaram Thorat and Avtar Singh

    5. Biomechanics of foot and ankle
    6. Shahbaz Malik and Sheraz Malik

    7. Principles of foot and ankle orthoses
    8. Nick Gallogly

    9. Paediatric & adolescent foot disorders
    10. Hari Prem and Basil Budair

    11. Forefoot disorders
    12. Rajesh Kakwani

    13. Rheumatoid foot and ankle
    14. Patricia Allen and Jasdeep Giddie

    15. Pes plano valgus
    16. Manuel Monteagudo, Pilar Martínez-de-Albornoz, Maneesh Bhatia

    17. Pes cavo varus
    18. Rick Brown and Rajesh Kakwani

    19. Inferior heel pain
    20. Dishan Singh, Shelain Patel, and Karan Malhotra

    21. Ankle arthritis
    22. C. Senthil Kumar, R Clayton, M.Halai,

    23. Ankle instability
    24. Daniel Marsland and Zoe Lin

    25. Achilles disorders
    26. Maneesh Bhatia, Nicholas Eastley, Kartik Hariharan

    27. Achilles tendon rupture
    28. Manuel Monteagudo and Pilar Martínez-de-Albornoz

    29. Ankle fractures
    30. Anthony Sakellariou and Oliver Chan

    31. Lisfranc injuries
    32. Nilesh Makwana

    33. Talus fractures
    34. Hiro Tanaka, Lyndon Mason

    35. Calcaneal fractures
    36. Devendra Mahadevan, Adam Sykes

    37. Diabetic Foot
    38. Venu Kavarthapu and Raju Ahluwalia

    39. Surgical principles of amputations
    40. Arul Ramasamy, Aabid Sanaullah, and Donatas Chlebinskas

    41. Principles of Lower Limb Prosthetics and Rehabilitation
    42. Rajiv Hanspal and John Sullivan

    43. Foot and ankle radiology

    Sangoh Lee and Raj Bhatt


    Maneesh Bhatia, MBBS, MS (Orth), PG Dip (Tr & Orth), FRCS (Tr & Orth), is a Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Leicester, UK.

    He did his Orthopaedics training in South East Thames and then went on to do a Fellowship in Foot & Ankle Surgery at Cambridge. He was awarded the European Foot & Ankle Fellow of the year and travelling Fellowship to the United States in 2009 giving him the chance to work at centres of excellence in foot and ankle surgery in United States.

    He has written two successful books – An Orthopaedics Guide for Today’s GP and Musculoskeletal Injections and Alternative Options. In addition, he has written many chapters in books and has published widely in a number of peer-reviewed journals.

    He has an active interest in education and research. He is a senior FRCS (Trauma & Orth) examiner for the Joint Committee on Intercollegiate Examinations (JCIE). He has acted in the role of specialist advisor to NICE regarding non-surgical treatment of Achilles ruptures. He is a member of the advisory panel of the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR). His other current roles include member of the Scientific Committee of European Foot Ankle Society (EFAS) and the Education Secretary of British Indian Orthopaedic Society (BIOS). He has served as scientific committee member for the British Orthopaedic Foot Ankle Society (BOFAS).

    'As a study guide for specialty examinations, it serves its purpose well.'

    -Martin C. Yorath, DPM(Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science)