by Kranti Panta, BPT1, Watson Arulsingh D.R.², Joseph Oliver Raj³, Mukesh Sinha⁴, Mansoor Rahman4 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 8 (3): 4 The Flamingo and Stork tests are frequently used clinical tests to measure static balance.
A number of relevant studies a have been published in the last few days. Rather than add them to that massive backlog of papers I need to write about, I am trying to knock them out quickly. The first one showed no injury differences between barefoot and shod runners; the next one showed no differences in injuries and performance between heel and midfoot/forefoot strikers
NOTICE OF RETRACTION The article “Case Report: Intra-articular calcaneal fracture reduced with minimal open reduction, external fixation with the use of balloon kyphoplasty technique” FAOJ 8(2):1 has been retracted due to it having been previously published elsewhere.Filed under: Balloon Kyphoplasty, … Continue reading →
by Sutpal Singh, DPM, FACFAS, FAPWCA1, Jennifer S. Chen, DPM, MPH2, W. Scott Davis, DPM2, Yulia Ilyasova, DPM2, Babak Alavynejad, DPM, FACFAS3 Calcaneal fractures may be difficult to reduce and there are many possible complications of the standard open reduction … Continue reading →
by Sinclair J1, Vincent H1, Selfe J2, Atkins S1, Taylor PJ3, and Richards J2 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 8 (2): 5 The most common chronic injury in recreational runners is patellofemoral pain. Whilst there is evidence to suggest … Continue reading →
8 (1), 2015 Acral lentiginous melanoma: A case and literature review by Kinna A Patel, DPM, and Anthony J Ferraro, DPM A case of bilateral polymetatarsia without polydactyly by Jaime Gómez Robledo The Scarf Osteotomy: A technique variant: The trotation … Continue reading →