Posts Tagged ‘ H is for ’

H is for High Heel Workout

December 2, 2013

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

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H is for Hubscher maneuver

August 12, 2013

The Hubscher maneuver or Jacks test is a clinical assessment that involves dorsiflexing the hallux in the weightbeairng foot and estimating the force needed to raise the arch of the foot. This test is a measure of the integrity of the windlass mechanism of the foot.

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H is for Hammer Toes

May 1, 2013

Hammer toes is a problem in which the proximal IP joint is prominent and subject to pressure from the shoes causing corns.

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H is for Hallux rigidus

November 17, 2012

Hallax rigidus is that condition in which there is no motion available at the first metatarsophalangeal joint. It is commonly associated with osteoarthritis.

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H is for Haglunds Deformity

November 17, 2012

Haglunds is an enlargement of the bone at the posterior dorsal aspect of the calcaneus. It can cause problems from poor shoe fitting.

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H is for Homeopathy

November 17, 2012

Homeopathy is no better than a placebo and it totally bogus. Every well designed study has shown that. Only the poorly designed studies show it works.

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H is for History

November 17, 2012

History is what we learn from. Podiatry has a history.

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H is for Hoka One One

November 3, 2012

The Hoka One One is the antithesis of barefoot or minimalist running. They are maximalist shoes. Runners that use them love them.

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