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    1. Kaynak G, Birsel O, Güven MF, Oğüt T. An overview of the Charcot foot pathophysiology. Diabet Foot Ankle. 2013 Aug 2;4. 2. Madan SS, Pai DR. Charcot neuroarthropathy of the foot and ankle. Orthop Surg. 2013 May;5(2):86-93. 3. Schade VL, Andersen CA. A literature-based guide to the conservative and surgical management of the acute Charcot foot and ankle. Diabet Foot Ankle. 2015 Mar 19;6:26627. 4. Nóbrega MB, Aras R, Netto EM, et al. Risk factors for Charcot foot. Arch EndocrinolMetab. 2015 Jun;59(3):226-30. 5. Sanders LJ, Fryberg RG. The Charcot foot. In: Bowker JH, Pfeifer MA, eds. Levin and O’Neal’s the diabetic foot, 7th ed. Philadelphia: Mosby Elsevier; 2007, pp. 257_83. 6. Miller DS, Lichtman WF. Diabetic neuropathic arthropathy…

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    Foot Binding History

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    Foot binding was practiced in China from the Sung Dynasty to the 20th century in various forms found throughout different regions. There have been many suggests to the origin of this tradition, that limited the mobility of women and resulted in lifelong disabilities. Women had several reasons for binding their feet despite the pain, because small feet were considered a status symbol and a sign of beauty. In this difficult process, it altered the physical realities of the foot causing extreme…

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    Anatomy Of The Foot Essay

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    Alex Taylor Sports Medicine 9/24/15 Anatomy Of The Foot There are many different parts of the foot, for example one is the forefoot which contains the five toes and the five longer bones known as the metatarsals. The feet are flexible structures of bones, joints, muscles, and soft tissues that let us stand upright and perform activities like walking, running, and jumping. The other parts of the feet are the following. The midfoot which is a pyramid-like collection of bones that form the…

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    inserted at the dorsal base of the distal phalanx of the big toe. It is the prime mover in dorsiflexion of the big toe and assists in dorsiflexion of the foot. The extensor digitorum longus (synergist) originates in the lateral area of the tibia, proximal two-thirds of the medial surface of the fibula and adjacent interosseous membrane. It splits in to four tendons that attach to the proximal base of the dorsal surface of the middle and distal phalanges. This muscle is the prime mover in…

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    Foot Pain Essay

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    reasons behind outer foot pain are Description: Foot torment can have an assortment of causes and there are numerous elements included that add to various sorts of foot torment you can endure. Read the article to know. The essential reason for agonizing feet is footwear, especially ladies ' shoes that don 't fit legitimately bringing on calluses, corns and bunions. On the off chance that you are wearing heels ensure that they are not more prominent than around an inch in tallness. Know the…

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    The Human Foot

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    The Foot There are many body parts that look similar when examining the skeleton of humans and our closest living relatives. These similarities are important in understanding where humans, as a species, stand in the complex evolutionary world. Although the similarities are important, the differences are what make Homo sapiens the only habitually bipedal animal on earth. The subtle differences are what allow the species to travel so efficiently and use the other limbs to manipulate the world. The…

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    woman was stated her concern on the statement that was made about the foot that had washed ashore, the statement of “there is nothing to see here”. Continuing the conversation, the men stated that this foot was the 14th foot that had been washed ashore around the beach of the Salish Sea in the last century; and one of the only connections between all 14 of the foots is that no other body parts were found. The women then states the fact that dismembered feets are only found on the coast around…

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    Foot binding first became popular during the Song Dynasty in China. It is thought to have originated Emperor Li Yu asked his concubine, Yao Niang to bind her feet and perform a ballet dance for him. The bound feet were to represent the lotus flower. Niang was so graceful on her feet during this dance that people wished to imitate the bound feet in order to be as graceful and as beautiful. This was practiced mostly in Northern China. After the initial appearance, it became common among the…

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    putting strain on the feet, causing pain in side of foot, foot pain bottom of foot, pain in arch of foot, diabetes foot pain and so on. Let's take a look at a few of the more common types: SIDE OF FOOT I think many of us take our feet for granted - we do not usually notice or think about them, until they complain! When you have this sort of problem, it can be caused in many ways. Such as: 1. Blisters - from wearing shoes that do not fit properly; keep clean and covered for speedy healing…

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    by Massage on Foot plantar fasciitis in some Athletes” - Introduction and Problem: Concern about player’s health and protecting them against injury is a very important aspect to be performed by professionals in the field of sports. Players are exposed to various injuries either during training or competition, which lead to depriving the player from practicing in sporting activity and decreasing his performance as well as the high functional efficiency necessary for the player, resulting in a…

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