Addresses the treatment and management of complex lower extremity pain. This
text provides insight on current ideas, concepts, and techniques that the lower
extremity surgeon, or practitioner, may integrate into their practice.
This long-awaited textbook addresses the treatment and management of complex lower extremity pain, which can prove difficult to treat, given the demands of human ambulation. Lower extremity pain is oftentimes under-treated but can be obviated in many cases by improving the delivery of effective care.
To fill a notable void in the field of pain management, Dr. Barrett and his co-authors assess and provide insight on the most current ideas, concepts, and techniques that the lower extremity surgeon, or practitioner, may integrate into their practice. Clinical acumen and knowledge can be extremely empowering to the provider and, as the reader will discover, the expertise imparted throughout this text will prove to be indispensable in improving patient care and outcomes.
Stephen L. Barrett, DPM is board certified in foot and ankle surgery and wound management. He earned his undergraduate degree (cum laude) from the University of Utah, USA and his doctorate (cum laude) at the William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, USA. Dr. Barrett completed his residency at the Medical Arts/Danforth Hospital in Houston, followed by a post-doctoral MBA from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, USA. He has trained thousands of surgeons throughout the world on techniques he invented and developed.