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Differences between growing up barefoot vs shod

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Aug 18, 2017.

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    Growing-up (habitually) barefoot influences the development of foot and arch morphology in children and adolescents.
    Hollander K et al
    Sci Rep. 2017 Aug 14;7(1):8079. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-07868-4.
     
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  3. Craig Payne

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    figure this one out ..
    "The hallux valgus angle of habitually barefoot children in this study showed higher values in all age groups."
    .... more hallux valgus in the barefoot groups ....
     
  4. zsuzsanna

    zsuzsanna Active Member

    The study claims a REDUCTION in the hallux angles in the habitual footwear users. Does that imply that the opposite is true? It is a very vague study.
     
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    Foot Structure and Function in Habitually Barefoot and Shod Adolescents in Kenya
    Aibast, Herje et al
    Current Sports Medicine Reports: November/December 2017 - Volume 16 - Issue 6 - p 448–458
     
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