First metatarsophalangeal joint- MRI findings in asymptomatic volunteers Tobias Johannes Dietrich, Flora Luciana Figueira da Silva, Marcelo Rodrigues de Abreu, Georg Klammer, Christian W. A
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MRI of the first MPJ
Effect of Muscle Energy Technique to Improve Flexibility of Gastro-Soleus Complex in Plantar Fasciitis: A Randomised Clinical, Prospective Study Design Tanwar Rahul, MPT Ortho, Moitra Monika, MPT Ortho, Goyal Manu, MSc Musculoskeletal Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Mullana, Ambala Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy – An International Journal Year : 2014, Volume : 8, Issue : 4 Quote: Background: Plantar fasciitis is considered to be an overuse syndrome as it develops over time and is a result of repeated stress that exceeds the body’s inherent capacity to repair and adapt which eventually leads to the failure of the ligaments, bones and muscles. Functional risk factors include tightness in gastronemius, soleus and weakness of intrinsic foot muscles because limited dorsiflexion due to tight Achilles tendon strains the plantar fascia.
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Muscle Energy Technique to Improve Flexibility of Gastro-Soleus Complex in Plantar Fasciitis