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Rehabilitative treatment in flexible flatfoot: a perspective cohort study.

Discussion in 'Pediatrics' started by NewsBot, Sep 26, 2009.

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    Rehabilitative treatment in flexible flatfoot: a perspective cohort study.
    Riccio I, Gimigliano F, Gimigliano R, Porpora G, Iolascon G.
    Musculoskelet Surg. 2009 Sep 24
     
  2. jmarshal51

    jmarshal51 Member

    Im trying to find the full text for this. Any one know where I can find it? For free preferably.
     
  3. G Flanagan

    G Flanagan Active Member

    Here you go
     

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  4. Bug

    Bug Well-Known Member

    And the joy, no control group. Nothing to take into account group and natural foot change.
     
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    Effects of Foot Muscles Training on Plantar Pressure Distribution during Gait, Foot Muscle Strength, and Foot Function in Persons with Flexible Flatfoot.
    Panichawit C, Bovonsunthonchai S, Vachalathiti R, Limpasutirachata K.
    J Med Assoc Thai. 2015 Jun;98 Suppl 5:S12-7.
     
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    The Effects of Foot Intrinsic Muscle and Tibialis Posterior Strengthening Exercise on Plantar Pressure and Dynamic Balance in Adults Flexible Pes Planus
    Da-bee Lee , Jong-duk Choi
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