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Association of Achilles Tendinopathy and Plantar Spurs

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Oct 4, 2014.

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    Association of Achilles Tendinopathy and Plantar Spurs.
    Vulcano E, Mani S, Do H, Bohne WH, Ellis SJ.
    Orthopedics. 2014 Sep 1;37(10)
     
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    A study of calcaneal enthesophytes (spurs) in Indian population.
    Kullar JS, Randhawa GK, Kullar KK.
    Int J Appl Basic Med Res. 2014 Sep;4(Suppl 1)
     
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    Seems to me that this was more a symptom that cause review. Looking at the stresses when they walk would be far more interesting, as this would seem far more likely to be the cause of both, vs. viewing these two issues as being independent of each other.

    In the early 90's, my podiatry business partner at the time was dealing with a metastatic osseous malignancy. A lesion developed in his L clavicle. He had a 2" segment of his collar bone removed, and when his L shoulder "let go" while picking up his son, his orthopedic surgeon told him that there was no relationship! How foolish. It gave me some very interesting insight to an orthopedic model of body mechanics.

    Howard
     
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    Changes in prevalence of calcaneal spurs in men & women: a random population from a trauma clinic.
    Toumi H, Davies R, Mazor M, Coursier R, Best TM, Jennane R, Lespessailles E.
    BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2014 Mar 15;15:87. doi: 10.1186/1471-2474-15-87.
     
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