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Is there more heel pressure in heel pain?

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Rica, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. Rica

    Rica Member


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    Most of us assume that yes there is because we always give pts heel pads...but how do we know that that is the problem? i.e. solution=deviate the pressure to ease the pain?
    So my study is about the relationship between heel pain and heel plantar pressures...to see if there is a difference in heel plantar pressure in pts living with heel pain and pts not living with heel pain.
    I have not yet started working on my dissertation but i am doing some research for now. And i would really appreciate it if you would give me your opinion regarding this subject.
    Thanks!

    Regards

    Erica (Maltese student)
     
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