Wearing shoes impairs intellectual development

by admin on September 21, 2014

Its Sunday, I not feeling too well and am not up to writing something serious. I needed another loon to ridicule.

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Wearing shoes impairs intellectual development

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Potential Relationships among Foot Orthoses Use, Physical Activity, and Functional Level: Foot Orthoses Prescription and Application for the Obese Wong, Christopher Kevin PT, PhD, OCS; Weil, Rich MEd, CDE; Zoch, Erin PT, DPT Journal of Prosthetics & Orthotics; October 2014 – Volume 26 – Issue 4 – p 216-219 Quote: Individuals with obesity have reduced activity levels and increased incidence of knee arthritis and pes planus.

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Foot orthotic use and physical activity in the obese

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A comparison of the anatomical and biomechanical parameters of the foot in Maori and non-Maor

September 20, 2014

A comparison of the anatomical and biomechanical parameters of the foot in Maori and non-Maori Ihaka, Belinda Masters Thesis; Auckland University of Technology; 2014 Quote: Background: Māori have poorer health outcomes compared to non-Māori and are over-represented in amputation and age-standardised mortality rates in Aotearoa. There is limited knowledge on the biomechanical parameters of Māori feet with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy

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scar tissue under the heel

September 20, 2014

Hello everyone, does anyone have scar tissue under their heels due to surgery, prolonged inflammation etc?

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Post-op Costs of Hallux Valgus Surgery

September 20, 2014

COMPARISON OF POSTOPERATIVE COSTS OF TWO SURGICAL TECHNIQUES FOR HALLUX VALGUS (KRAMER vs SCARF) Daniel Poggio, Rodrigo Melo, Julio Botello, Carlos Polo, Pablo Fern

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locomotion task

September 20, 2014

Hi everyone, I was asking myself a question and I couldn’t answer it. Why do we always evaluate the effect of foot orthoses walking straight forward? When you wear foot orthoses, you don’t always walk like this.

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Validation of a diagnostic rule for gout without joint fluid analysis

September 19, 2014

The validation of a diagnostic rule for gout without joint fluid analysis: a prospective study. Kienhorst LB, Janssens HJ, Fransen J, Janssen M. Rheumatology (Oxford).

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Fractures of the Hallux in Children

September 19, 2014

Fractures of the Hallux in Children Thomas Petnehazy et al Foot & Ankle International September 18, 2014 Quote: Background: Foot fractures account for 5% to 13% of pediatric fractures. Fractures of the hallux require special attention due to its role in weight bearing, balance, and pedal motion. In this study, a large series of children with hallux fractures is presented.

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See what you want to believe in

September 19, 2014

There is quite a body of work in the psychology literature on optical and perceptual illusions and how they are influenced by seeing what you want to see. I certainly know very little about the psychology and science of this (though I have fun looking at some)

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Free Study Day on Rheumatology, Birmingham

September 18, 2014

Location : Midlands Arts Centre, Edgbaston Birmingham 9:30 to 10:00 Introduction and update on anatomy Dr Mike Backhouse 10:00 to 10:30 Update on advances in rheumatoid arthritis Dr Mike Backhouse 10:30 to 11:00 Update on other rheumatic conditions 11:00 to 11:15 Break 11:15 to 12:15 The foot in RA Dr Mike Backhouse Overview of foot in RA using disease staged approach 12:15 to 13:00 The foot in other rheumatic conditions 13:00 to 13:45 Lunch 13:45 to 14:30 Conservative management of the foot in rheumatology 14:30 to 15:00 Innovations in diagnostic imaging and extended scope practice 15:00 to 15:15 Break 15:15 to 15:45 Surgical management of the foot in rheumatology 15:45 Case discussions & Conclusion Dr Mike Backhouse & 16:00 CLOSE Mike Backhouse NIHR Research Fellow & President of British Health Professionals in Rheumatology Please contact Elaine Harte: elaine@kingsheathchiropody.co.uk Or Charles Fraser: fsfhc@btconnect.com Or reply to the post ASAP.

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