On the Cure of Clubfoot Without Cutting Tendons: And on Certain New Methods of Treating Other Deformities by Richard Barwell

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Richard Barwell
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Forgotten Books
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280
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9781332025657
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Paperback
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Excerpt from On the Cure of Clubfoot Without Cutting Tendons: And on Certain New Methods of Treating Other Deformities

The necessity for a Second Edition of a book must always be agreeable to an author; but the call for a further instalment of this work is especially pleasant music to my ears, for it is one of the many signs that the theory and practice invented and advocated by me have firmly taken root; while an increased area of experience enables me to speak with more confidence of a method of treatment which I have never found to fail, if proper per¬severance be used. Nevertheless, it scarcely appears desirable to change or alter greatly the purport of my preface; as a history of my mental efforts in this direction, it must of necessity stand much the same.

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