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Growing Pains in Children

Discussion in 'Pediatrics' started by Ian North, Dec 7, 2004.

  1. drhunt1

    drhunt1 Well-Known Member

    NewsBot still reporting the research from others in re to the cause of GP's in children? I have since moved past this "theory" I wrote about in the pilot study...it is, at least in my mind, not a theory anymore. Dozens of patient successes...VERY few failures. Oh sure...there's more to be done...like increasing the patient numbers and submitting the research to a PubMed Journal...and I will do that...everything in time. Just like my research into the main cause of medial knee arthrosis. I have an appointment with the local, collegiate PT Dept's Gait Analysis Lab next month to get the ball rolling. I'll keep you apprised. Here's a link to the original article:

    http://www.podiatrym.com/Biomechanics_Footwear_Sports_Podiatry2.cfm?id=1632
     
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    Articles:
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    Review of Clinical Studies of Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment for Growing Pains in China using CNKI Database
    Doh, Tae Yun;Park, Sul Gi;Lee, Sun Haeng;Lee, Jin Yong
    The Journal of Pediatrics of Korean Medicine (대한한방소아과학회지): 2019.05.31
     
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