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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by blue1414, Jun 18, 2010.

  1. blue1414

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    Hi im edward, i needs some information, the information i need , if a corn is located directly under the first metatarso phalangeal joint, what would the effects of their condition be on various parts of the gait cycle. please
     
  2. Hi Edward, :welcome: to Podiatry Area.

    Sounds likea school Project ? While not giving you any real info, If the corn ( HD) is painful, the person would try and reduce the GRF under the 1st MTP joint, the foot would tend to be more supinated or inverted.

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