Journal of Foot and Ankle Research

Non-surgical treatment of hallux valgus

May 5, 2016

Non-surgical treatment of hallux valgus: a current practice survey of Australian podiatrists Sheree E. Hurn, Bill T.

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Non-surgical treatment of hallux valgus: a current practice survey of Australian podiatrists

May 4, 2016

Patients with hallux valgus (HV) frequently present to podiatrists for non-surgical management, with a wide range of concerns including pain, footwear difficulty and quality of life impacts.

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The relationship between foot posture, body mass, age and ankle, lower-limb and whole-body flexibility in healthy children

May 3, 2016

The complex relationship between foot posture, flexibility, body mass and age in children is not well understood. As discrete factors, age, body mass, and joint flexibility have each been associated with variance in paediatric foot posture.

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Spatiotemporal gait parameters and plantar pressure distribution during barefoot walking in people with gout and asymptomatic hyperuricemia:…

April 30, 2016

To identify spatiotemporal gait parameters and plantar pressure distribution during barefoot walking in people with gout and people with asymptomatic hyperuricemia by comparing them to healthy individuals with…

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The College of Podiatry Annual Conference 2015: meeting abstracts

April 27, 2016

P3 Medial longitudinal arch development of school children

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The relationship between foot posture, body mass, age and ankle, lower-limb and whole-body flexibility in healthy children aged 7 to 15 years

April 27, 2016

The complex relationship between foot posture, flexibility, body mass and age in children is not well understood.

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Foot health education provision for people with rheumatoid arthritis–an online survey of UK podiatrists’ perceptions

April 26, 2016

Patient education supports general disease self-management and in relation to foot problems, it is recommended as a key intervention for people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Further, it is known what the foo…

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Acral Lentiginous Melanoma: What Sets It Apart?

April 21, 2016

Issue Number:  Volume 29 – Issue 5 – May 2016 Author(s):  Myron Bodman, DPM With diagnostic issues ranging from variations in the clinical presentation to delayed detection of lesions on the sole of the foot, acral lentiginous melanoma can be a particularly challenging condition, which reportedly has a staggering misdiagnosis rate between 25 to 36 percent.

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Factors that influence practitioners in their prescription of foot orthoses

March 23, 2016

Trial and error, happy patients and an old toy in the cupboard: a qualitative investigation of factors that influence practitioners in their prescription of foot orthoses Anita Ellen Williams, Ana Martinez-Santos, Jane McAdam and Christopher James Nester Journal of Foot and Ankle Research20169:11 Quote: Background Foot orthoses are used to manage of a plethora of lower limb conditions. However, whilst the theoretical foundations might be relatively consistent, actual practices and therefore the experience of patients is likely to be less so.

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Patterns of foot complaints in systemic lupus erythematosus: a cross sectional survey

March 22, 2016

Foot complaints are common in inflammatory arthropathies such as rheumatoid arthritis and cause considerable disability.

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