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194 pages (October 2001); 1.6MB downloadMenasha Ridge Press
; ISBN: 978-0897324052
Until a hiker injures a foot or leg -- a blister on the foot, a sprained ankle, an unattended scratch that gets infected -- he or she might not pay a lot of attention to the care of legs and feet. The Hiking Engine increases awareness of all that can potentially go wrong on any kind of hike, so you can avoid the worst and enjoy the best.
Physicians' Travel & Meeting Guide, March 2002
"... invaluable. Even experienced hikers, especially those with chronic knee pain, will benefit from the suggested strengthening exercises."
About the Author
Stuart Plotkin DPM explored most of California while in medical school in San Francisco where he became interested in the field of human biomechanics. He has written several articles for the Journal American Podiatric Medicine. An avid hiker, he enjoys trips to the national parks and prospecting. He lives in New York with his wife and daughter.