Foot and ankle strategies for patients at risk for falls

As a result of limitations in the fall prevention research to date, investigators and clinicians are often left to make their best guesses about the effect of foot and ankle interventions based on the effect such strategies have on issues related to falls, rather than on falls themselves. By Cary Groner As the population ages, the prevention of falls is assuming an ever more prominent role, both for saving lives and for improving their quality.

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Foot and ankle strategies for patients at risk for falls

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