Wednesday, May 18, 2011

New Joe P. Ankle Rehab E-book

"Functional, Integrated Rehabilitation of the Sprained Ankle: A Practitioners Manual"

After I signed a contract with a publisher, I figured I was good to go.  But one obsticle after an other forced it to be abandoned.  But I'm sticking to my promise of keeping it under $20.  Its available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble for 9.99 as a Kindle & EPub respectively.  I resisted doing this for a while becaues of the risk of it being labled as what we used to call a "vanity press".  But, Dan Cipriani P.T., PHD, associate biomechanics professor at Chapman University, did the technical review for the book which gives it ligitimacy.  I had Ray Fowler ( do the e-book coversion, and he really did a great job.  In my opinion, it is better than a hard copy because its easily searchable and navigated.  It definately does not look like your typical e-book, with lines disappearing and what not.

If you don't have a Kindle or Nook, no problem!  The book can be easily read on any PC or Mac by downloading the free software below:

Download Kindle Reader for PC:

Download Kindle Reader for Mac:

Download Epub Reader for Mac or PC:

To purchase my book:

Barnes and Noble:

Both sites give allow you to add your comments of your opinion on the book; and I encourage you to do so.  There are not many books on the topic.  The best selling one is written by a personal trainer.


DavidO'Sullivan said...

Joe, i tried to buy your ebook but it wont allow me as im not in the US and Canada. is there any way i can buy the ebook from the UK?



Joe Przytula said...

Did you try buying it on Amazon? It says it is available in the U.K.

Dave said...

Yes I have just bought it thru Amazon thank you.

Brandon said...

Joe- Bought the book. Awesome stuff as usual. Thanks soo much this stuff is brilliant.

Joe Przytula said...

Thanks for the props Brandon.
BTW, Amazon & B&N give you the opportunity to leave heard!

drcieslak said...

I look forward to reading your book! I wish you much success, as I feel you are one of the brightest minds in our field! Good Luck Joe!

Joe Przytula said...

Thanks Dr. Ken...definately not the brightest, just in the trenches a long time and have a compassion for my fellow compadres in the secondary schools.