Urea is an natural and organic substance that is probably most familiar because of its purpose within a fertilizer utilized in farming. Urea takes on an important part in your bodies metabolic process and is a vital method by which the body excretes excessive nitrogen. Urea is manufactured in your liver from an ammonia compound… Continue reading The Use of Urea Creams for the Foot
Mueller-Weiss Syndrome of the Tarsal Navicular
The Mueller Weiss disorder is a infrequent source of pain in the midfoot in adults that has been also referred to as Brailsford disease. It is a sudden onset osteonecrosis of the tarsal navicular within the foot. There’s a a lot more well-known condition of the navicular in young childen known as Köhler disease, which… Continue reading Mueller-Weiss Syndrome of the Tarsal Navicular
Can a marathon be run barefoot?
A better question might be, should you run a marathon barefoot? Firstly, yes you can run a marathon barefoot. Abebe Bikala did that on 10 September 1960 at the Rome Olympics, winning the gold medal without shoe. Abebe was a last minute addition to the Ethiopian team for the marathon and the team did not… Continue reading Can a marathon be run barefoot?
What causes an abductory twist
What is it?The abductory twist is considered as the rapid medial movement of the heel just has it starts to come off the ground. What does it look like during a gait analysis?See this video: What causes it?there are two reasons or explanations as to what might be causing an abductory twist during gait:1. As… Continue reading What causes an abductory twist
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