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PT looking for PFS research articles

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by ptpatroller, Dec 14, 2008.

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  1. ptpatroller

    ptpatroller Member


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    Hi, I am a PT student interested in mechanics of the LE, esp the foot. I am doing a systematic review on the effects of orthotics in treating plantar fasciitis. Does anyone have any articles that I could use for this review? If so could you email them to me at:
    kkhelling71@gmail.com
    Thanks a million, hopefully the data shows orthotics helps pfs!
     
  2. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    :welcome:ptpatroller.
    One of the ways to navigate this site is to search the tags, type in orthotics, pf etc and you will find much information.:D
    If you want your peers to email you then generally it is better if you actually use your name as a courtesy.:eek:
    Can also be good to tell us where you are from.
    Introductions are not necessarily the forum to ask questions.:confused:
    Perhaps you can post your query under the biomechanics forum with a new topic.
    Good luck with your research and do let us know of info that you learn.

    Cheers
    :santa:
     
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