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Bibliography wanted on children foot problems in schools

Discussion in 'Pediatrics' started by legolas_27, Oct 21, 2005.

  1. legolas_27

    legolas_27 Welcome New Poster


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    HI, I,m a spanish podiatry. My Englsh is very bad. Please i like know if there are publications about children feet. Studies or test does in schools or other sites. All information will be good.
    If somebody have bibliography about this theme, please send me. We want do an study in spain.

    THANKS
     
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  3. stewart

    stewart Welcome New Poster

    Hope these are of some use:

    Bernhardt, D.B. (1988) Prenatal and Postnatal Growth and Development of the Foot and Ankle. Physical Therapy. Vol. 68 (12), pp. 1831 – 1839.

    Echarri, J.J & Forriol, F. (2003) The development in footprint morphology in 1851 Congolese children from urban and rural areas, and the relationship between this and wearing shoes. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics B. Vol. 12 (2), pp. 141 - 146.

    Thompson, A.L.T. & Zipfel, B. (2004) The unshod child into womanhood - forefoot mophology in two populations. The Foot. Vol.15, pp. 22 - 28.

    Unger, H. & Rosenbaum D. (2004) Gender-Specific Differences of the Foot During the First Year of Walking. Foot and Ankle International. Vol. 25 (8), pp. 582 – 587.

    Wenger, D.R., Mauldin, D., Morgan, D., Sobol, M.G., Pennebaker, M. & Thaler, R. (1983) Foot Growth Rate in Children Age One to Six Years. Foot and Ankle. Vol. 3 (4), pp. 207 – 210.
     
  4. legolas_27

    legolas_27 Welcome New Poster

    Thank you!! It's a very good help.
     
  5. stewart

    stewart Welcome New Poster

    Here are a few more:

    Evans, A.M., Scutter, S.D. & Iasiello, H. (2003b) Measuring the paediatric foot – a criterion validity and reliability study of navicular height in 4-year-old children. The Foot. Vol. 13, pp. 76 – 82.

    Gilmour, J.C. & Burns, Y. (2001) The measurement of the Medial Longitudinal Arch in Children. Foot and Ankle International. Vol. 22 (6), pp. 493 – 498.

    Gould, N., Moreland, M., Trevino, S., Alvarez, R., Fenwick, J. & Bach, N. (1990) Foot Growth in Children Age One to Five Years. Foot and Ankle. Vol. 10 (4), pp. 211 – 213.

    Mauch, M., Grau, S., Krauss, I., Maiwald, C. & Horstmann, T. (2004) Influence of Age, Gender and Body-Mass-Index on 3-D Foot Shape In Children. Gait and Posture. Vol. 20 (1001), pp. s91.
     
  6. legolas_27

    legolas_27 Welcome New Poster

    Thanks again. In december we'll begin this study at schools. When we'll begin to have results, we'll write in this forum.
    Sorry for my English. Be patiens.
     
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    Articles:
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    Frequency of feet deformities in pupils attending junior grades of elementary school.
    Kendić S, Skender N, Catović A, Celes N, Dupljak I, Catović S.
    High Medical School University of Bihać, Kulina bana 2, 77000 Bihać, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
    Bosn J Basic Med Sci. 2007 Aug;7(3):226-30.
     
  8. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

    legolas_27

    Contact Gordon Watt at Glasgow Caledonian University as he has dedicated his research to school children. I do not have his email but you could enquire at <podadmissions@gcal.ac.uk > Or maybe someone on this list can give you his contact details. Peter Thompson is another good contact and has written a book on podopaediatrics (published by Churchill Livingstone)

    toeslayer
     
  9. Lynn Staheli- de Google que ella tiene wriiten cargas en pies de los childrens. También intento Russell que entra en contacto con Volpe. El Dr. Volpe es profesor en los departamentos de la pediatría y de Orthopedics y la silla del departamento de la pediatría en la universidad de Nueva York de la medicina de Podiatric. Él tiene un pie pediátrico y ejercicio privado de la especialidad del tobillo en Farmingdale y Nueva York, N.Y. él está también fresco.

    Google lynn Staheli- she has wriiten loads on childrens feet.

    Also try contacting Russell Volpe. Dr. Volpe is a Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Orthopedics and Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He has a pediatric foot and ankle specialty private practice in Farmingdale and New York, N.Y. He's also cool.:cool:
     
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