|Statement||By Dudley J. Morton.|
|LC Classifications||RD563 .M78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, p., 3 1., 116 p.|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||39027149|
If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password. Genre/Form: Popular Works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morton, Dudley J. (Dudley Joy), b. Oh, doctor! my feet! New York and London, Appleton. Oh, Doctor! My Feet! can be read with profit by the public, particularly by the parents of growing children, as it will give them much information regarding a very important and much abused part of the body. It may be added that it would make excellent reading for most physicians as well. "Oh, Doctor! My Feet!." American Journal of Public Health and the Nations Health, 29(12), pp. –Author: Frank D. Dickson.
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (53K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Great book. I remember books like these would always be found in my doctor's office. I remember my doctor would always read us a book before he gave a shot. When my little brother was born our Doctor read him this book because he needed to wear special shoes for his feet. Even at that moment, it made my brother calm and he learned all about his /5. Doctor! Oh, doctor! Im burning up. I think Im coming down with something. Shall I take my pants off because I need a physical? Yes, yes, yes!! New #BookBoyfriendAlert!! Dr. Christian Gallagher, Im having heart palpitations hurry and rescue me!! All joking aside, Jeannine Colettes latest novel, A Really Bad Idea, was absolute perfection/5. The correct term for Morton's Toe is Morton's Foot Syndrome, named after Dr. Dudley Morton who was a foot doctor of some fame back in the 's. He authored several books on the subject including a book named Oh, Doctor! My Feet! where he talks about some of the problems associated with this foot shape. Recognizing Morton's toes?
Her: Oh Her: Oh doctor, touch my fingers Him: Well, goodness gracious me Her: You may be very clever But however, can't you see My heart beats much too much At a certain tender touch. Oh Doctor, My Feet! If The Human Foot made Morton famous in the medical profession, it was his book, Oh Doctor, My Feet! written for the average person, that made him a household name. After the release of Oh Doctor, My Feet! there was no question that Dr. Dudley J. Morton was considered by both the public and the medical community as the leading authority in this . Call To Book Your Appointment. Below is a form to get you connected via email with both offices to book and appointment. Either call us or complete the email form for a response. Also, please note: If plans change and you cannot make your appointment, please call at least 24 hours before your appointment.. This allows us to notify other Location: Mayfield Road South Euclid, OH, United States. Bel-Red Rd, Suite BellevueWA Dr. Lee is a genius doctor!!! He is a best doctor in a world. Appointments available Wed, Feb Appointments available Wed, Feb View profile and reviews. Andrew Goodeill. 5th Ave NE, Suite SeattleWA Dr Goodeill provided attentive and in depth diagnosis. He presented a number of 5/5(5).