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Review of Pedobarography

Foot is a complex structure comprised of 28 bones and 30 joints. There are numerous muscles, tendons and ligaments that help.....

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Gait Analysis

Walking is an efficient cyclic, bilaterally symmetrical universal pattern which can be adapted according to various surfaces at a range of speed. The way a person walks is their gait and the study of a person’s way of walking is gait analysis.

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Understanding Plantar Fascitis

Plantar Fascia also known as the plantaraponeurosis is a strong layer of fibrous connective tissue under the superficial tissue and skin of the foot. This fibrous band supports the foot anatomy and helps in transmitting weight

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Facts about Diabetic Foot

Diabetes is the most common non-communicable metabolic disease. Generally classified as Type 1 (insulin deficient) & Type 2 (insulin resistant) diabetes mellitus,

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Diabetic Foot Assessment

For adults with diabetes, assess their risk of developing a diabetic foot problem:

  • When diabetes is diagnosed and, thereafter, at least annually

  • If any foot problems arise or there is any discomfort

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Diabetic Foot Management

Foot ulcers are a significant complication of diabetes mellitus and often precede lower extremity amputation. The most frequent underlying causes are neuropathy, trauma, deformity, high plantar pressures, and peripheral arterial disease.

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