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    Foot Levelers

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    Foot Levelers orthotics stabilize and balance your feet. This may result in your body having higher mobility, efficiency, reduced pain and overall wellness. Your feet are the foundation of your body and support you when you stand, walk, run, ice skate, ski and much more. The way your body is balanced on your feet can affect your spine, bones and muscles. When you are not properly balanced, one shoulder may slump, your pelvis and hips tilt, knees have too much pressure and the arch in your foot drops

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    Diabetic Foot Problems

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    What are Diabetic Foot Problems and why do they occur? Foot problems are a big risk in diabetics therefore diabetic patients must constantly monitor their feet or face severe consequences, including amputation. With a diabetic foot, a wound as small as a blister from wearing a shoe that's too tight can cause a lot of damage. Because diabetes decreases blood flow, injuries are slow to heal as new blood often doesn’t flow freely to the injury. When wounds do not heal in a timely fashion, they are

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    What Is A Tent Foot

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    What is a tent foot? What you need to know. Have you ever struggled to understand what a tent footprint is? Or have you ever struggled to understand why people need tent foots? We’ll I’m here to answer that. I think that it is important to know what a tent foot is because it is such a useful tool when camping, that it can save the underneath of your tent from damage while you are camping. So what is a tent footprint, really? Think of a tent footprint like the foundation of the tent. What this

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    Diabetic Foot Ulcer

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    Foot ulcer refers to trauma to tissue of the feet leading to ulcer development. Foot ulcer is one of the most significant complications of diabetes, and is defined as a foot affected by ulceration that is associated with neuropathy and/or peripheral arterial disease of the lower limb in a patient with diabetes. First, we will talk about Peripheral neuropathy which is a medical term used to describe a whole series of disorders resulting from damage to the body's peripheral nervous system( Alexiadou

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    Diabetic Foot Analysis

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    7 Tips to Care for Your Diabetic Feet Your diabetic foot problems could land you in the hospital. There are two serious complications that affect those who suffer from diabetes, poor circulation and nerve damage. A simple blister or cut on the foot can quickly progress to a serious infection due to the numbness and lack of feeling that results from nerve damage and poor blood flow. Neuropathy, which is chronic nerve damage caused by the disease, can produce cracked, dry skin which provides an opening

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    A REFLECTION ON CHARCOT FOOT AND THE VARIOUS ORTHOTIC TREATMENT THEREOF Charcot foot is a condition in which the bones, joints, and soft tissues of the foot become deformed, ensuing in a fully deformed foot and ankle. Due to the weakness of the bones, fractures will develop as well as joint dislocation. It is most common in patients with peripheral neuropathy who are unable to identify or feel the dislocation or fracture. The peripheral neuropathy arises from Diabetes mellitus in most cases, but

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    Ankle And Foot Essay

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    includes the hip, knee, ankle, and the bones of the thigh, leg, and foot. Most people refer to the lower extremity as the leg. The leg, however, is in fact the body part situated between the knee and the joints of the ankle. Along with the hip joint, the leg, knee, ankle and foot work together in synchronised unison to enable movement in the lower extremity. This report shall focus on a study of the hip, knee, and the ankle and foot. Hip Structure and Movement Of all vital parts in the human body

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    Horse Foot Facts

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    change it up, and talk about some horse feet today! Here are some fun horse foot facts as they relate to human feet! 1) The size of a horse foot is relative to the size of the horse * The estimated size of an adult male and female foot is roughly 14% and 13% of the body height of a man and women, respectively. This does not work with children however, as their limb proportions are different and vary with growth. 2 )The horse foot continues to grow until the age of about 6, (approx. 33 in human

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    infection of the foot each and every day. Athlete’s foot, which is also known as jock’s itch, is a very common infection in the foot caused by a fungus called trichophyton (“What is athlete’s foot?...) Trichophyton particularly likes tight, moist places where it can grow and eventually form athlete’s foot. This fungal infection is present when the victim can feel itchy, dry and red spots on their foot; it is generally found between the toes, and around the heel when present. Athlete’s foot is caused many

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    Foot Pain Research Paper

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    If you have pain in the ball of your foot, you need to make an appointment with a podiatrist. Here are a few of the most common causes of pain in the ball of your foot. #1 Metatarsalgia The term matatarsalgia is used to describe many different types of foot pain. These type of pain is generally associated with the 2nd, 3rd and 4th metatarsal phalangeal joints, more commonly known as MPJs. These joints are located under your three middle toes. This type of pain generally spreads out over a broad

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