G is for Gowers sign

Gowers sign is common in conditions that involve a proximal muscles weakness such as Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. In these conditions in order to stand...

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I is for Ipswich Touch Test

The Ipswich Touch Test is a clinical test to test for a lack of sensation in those with diabetes. For the Ipswich Touch Test,...

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R is for Rhagades

Rhagades is a term used to describe cracks that occur in the skin, usually around the mouth. Occasionally you see the term used to...

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S is for Split Toe Shoes

These Split Toe running shoe are making some what of a comeback in recent year after originally being popular in Japan. Several running shoe...

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Z is for Zero Drop Running Shoes

The drop of a running shoe is the difference between the height of the heel and the height of the forefoot. A zero drop...

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H is for High Heel Workout

High Heel Workouts are increasing in popularity. these are exercise classes in which the participants were their high heels.

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A is for APOS Therapy

APOS Therapy is a footwear system used to treat knee problems. A number of claims get made for the product that is not necessarily...

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A is for Airia One running shoe

The Airia One running shoe are a unique running that has a cant or slant under the forefoot, thicker under the lateral forefoot.

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O is for Os tibiale externum

Os tibiale externum is another name for an accessory navicular, an extra ossicle of bone attached to the tibia, usually where the poeterior tibial...

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