Posts Tagged ‘ C is for ’

C is for Compartment Syndrome

April 21, 2013

Compartment syndrome is a condition in which the fascia is around the muscle is tight and muscle activity produces pain.

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C is for Charcot Marie Tooth disease

April 21, 2013

Charcot Marie Tooth disease is a condition that starts in kids and in most cases lead to a cavus or higher arched foot.

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C is for Crocs

December 10, 2012

Cros are a wildly popular form of footwear that come in so many different types, styles and colors. The also make a toning shoes with therapeutic claims.

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C is for Cancer

November 13, 2012

Cancer can affect the foot directly or secondarily via a metastasis to the foot.

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C is for Circulation Booster

November 13, 2012

The Circulation Booster is a deice that provides a small stimulation to the bottom of the foot to encourage the muscles to contract. This is claimed to help the circulation.

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C is for Charcot’s Foot

November 13, 2012

Charcot’s foot is a fracture or dislocation that occurs in medical conditions like diabetes when there is no nerve sensation to feel the trauma.

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C is for Chevron Osteotomy

November 13, 2012

A Chevron Osteotomy is a common procedure for the surgical management of bunions.

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C is for Chinese Foot Binding

November 13, 2012

Chinese foot binding is an ancient practice in China in which the feet of young girls were tightly bound to stop them growing as a smaller foot was considered more attractive.

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C is for Chiropody

November 13, 2012

Chiropody is the old name for Podiatry.

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C is for Clubfoot

November 13, 2012

Clubfoot is a congenital birth defect in which the foot is plantarflexed, adducted and inverted.

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