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Notes on the nature and treatment of flat-foot by Thomas S. Ellis

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Published by Printed by Oliver and Boyd in Edinburgh .
Written in English

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  • Flatfoot

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Edition Notes

Statementby T.S. Ellis
ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26252263M

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  This book describes the Flat Foot, its Treatment and Related Diseases. Flat Foot is a common disorder of the foot featured by the depression or loss of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot and linked with valgus of the foot. Diagnosis is: X-rays show a loss of the normal arch of the foot Treatment is non-surgical with exercises to stretch and loosen tight heel cords, painkillers and relaxant.   Flat foot 1. Presenter Dr. Sushil Paudel 2. Also known as pes planus Medial border of the foot is abnormally in contact withthe floor during weight bearing Low or absent medial longitudinal arch When associated with deformities of the hind, midand fore foot – pes plano valgus 3.   The paediatric flat foot proforma is an instrument for assessing for pes planus in mid-childhood, although as yet there is no clear and evidence-based treatment algorithm. However, overall there is no standardised evaluative framework and the condition is confused by multiple classifications, most of which look at the arch, feet position and.   Patients in their late teenage years may be more ideally suited to flatfoot correction as they have reached full skeletal maturity but commonly have a very flexible flatfoot deformity. Accordingly, these authors discuss treatment in a year-old patient.

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