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Fnl Hallux Limitus-?etiology

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by mahtay2000, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. mahtay2000

    mahtay2000 Banya Bagus Makan Man


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    Hi all,

    I notice Craig's favorite thing is Functional Hallux Limitus.

    a. Any links to explain his thinking?

    b. Do tight long flexor muscles have any input to etiology? (Intrinsics also?)

    I have a pt with HUUUUUUUUUGE medial 1st IPJ callus. The only time the hallux is limited is when the ankle joint is in dorsiflexion, and that is a noticable equinus.

    She only comes in for routine treatment, so sorry for the dearth of info ie angles etc.

    Any ideas/input/wild geese chases would be appreciated

    Cheers
    Mahtay
     
  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    Whatever gave you that impression? Its not in my favourite 2 things at the moment ;)
     
  3. LuckyLisfranc

    LuckyLisfranc Well-Known Member


    You just havent changed enough nappies yet! :p

    Hope you're enjoying the ride, my 2nd is due immenently. :eek:

    LL
     
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