Pain on Outer-Bottom Region of Foot?

by admin on July 6, 2015

For the past couple of days, I’ve have an aching pain on the bottom, outer region of my left foot. It is not close to the heel or the toes.

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Are we doomed to repeat ourselves?

by admin on July 6, 2015

netizens “Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.” Edmund Burke Despite serious attempts to locate same there is a dearth of writing on the political history of the podiatry profession. Clearly developments made in the last half a century have seen major changes in the practice of podiatry yet there appears to be little attempt to record the socio-political history of how this came about

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Replacing custom orthotics w/o podiatrist?

July 5, 2015

Hello, My prior insurance covered podiatry visits and orthotics. I had casts and custom orthotics made through a podiatrist’s office and they have dramatically reduced pain due to my overpronating feet

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Epidemiology of Posterior Heel Pain

July 3, 2015

Epidemiology of Posterior Heel Pain in the General Population: Cross-Sectional Findings From the Clinical Assessment Study of the Foot Benjamin D. Chatterton, Sara Muller andEdward Roddy Arthritis Care & Research; Volume 67, Issue 7, pages 996–1003, July 2015 Quote: Objective To identify the population prevalence of posterior heel pain (HP), related disability, and associated factors. Methods A total of 9,334 adults ages ≥50 years were mailed a questionnaire

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The Endolog system for moderate-to-severe hallux valgus

July 3, 2015

Endolog technique for correction of hallux valgus: a prospective study of 30 patients with 4-year follow-up. Biz C, Corradin M, Petretta I, Aldegheri R J Orthop Surg Res. 2015 Jul 2;10(1):102 Quote: BACKGROUND: Hallux valgus (HV) is a complex deformity of the forefoot altering the kinematics of walking.

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Effectiveness of Shoe Stiffening Inserts for First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Osteoarthritis

July 3, 2015

Effectiveness of Shoe Stiffening Inserts for First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Osteoarthritis: A Proof-of-Concept Study.

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are stanley screw boxes good domicillary bags

July 3, 2015

just been to a local shop and in walks a lady white coat carrying a screw box with clear lid i can clearly see no 11 blades feet paraphinalia.she has come to do the owners feet. . Im not sure this creates a very professional image for her other colleagues would buying a suitable bag etc be beyond her means:bash: perhaps podiatry schools and othet foot fetling trainers recommend that their graduates should get mistaken for sparkies and plumbers.

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Mechanical and physiological analysis of minimalist versus traditionally shod running

July 3, 2015

This is the 4th new study to be published in the last few days. 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; the third one found some muscles generate more force when barefoot running and other muscles generate more force when running in a shoe

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It’s been a bad few days for the fan boys; I wonder if they will notice

July 3, 2015

I have posted three blog posts (and probably a fourth later today) that do not auger well for the claims made by the fan boys: 1. Muscle Activity in Barefoot vs Shod Running (also posted in this thread ) that showed that different muscles generate different forces in barefoot and shod running. 2.

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Muscle Activity in Barefoot vs Shod Running

July 3, 2015

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.

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