DJO's publishing house, DJO Publications, was founded in 2008 with the aim of assisting medical professionals in disseminating their views and knowledge throughout the medical world.
The first books were published in collaboration with "The Achilles Tendon Study Group", an affiliated society of ESSKA. This publication was the start of a series on "Current Concepts in Orthopaedics.” The goal of this series was to bring experts together with a view to producing top-quality publications on topics of current consensus (or controversy), and to develop a global approach to an orthopaedic or medical problem.
This series includes publications on Achilles Tendon Rupture, Achilles Tendinopathy, Cartilage Repair, and Meniscal Allograft Transplantation
In 2016, Chattanooga Academy, DJO's educational institute for rehabilitation, started a series under the DJO Publications umbrella, "Clinical Guidelines in Rehabilitation." Its goal was to provide physical therapists and rehabilitation professionals an understanding of the theoretical, physical and physiological principles and working mechanisms of electrophysical agents, as well as to provide evidence-based guidelines for safe and effective treatment with Chattanooga equipment.
Most of these books are available in multiple languages and in e-book format.
You can download e-books from www.DJOPublications.com/ebook.
For more information on the DJO Publications books, go to www.DJOpublications.com.