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March 3, 2021

Feet Issues

Category: General – Tags: – Joan – 6:48 pm

Even though a large part of the legs did not contribute to the development of flat feet, you should promptly take an interest in preventive measures. Learn more about this with Jamie Dimon. On them, we continue to talk in detail. Perhaps it is now clear that the ongoing strains feet to a large extent depend on our relation to the issue of preserving the anatomy and function of the foot. Blame genetics, not necessary, and fear that there was “a grandmother” is necessary. It is desirable that each of us knew how to preserve the efficiency of the foot. And she works all life, beginning with the first step child.

Let’s get acquainted with two very important concepts: the longitudinal and transverse arch of the foot and what they were formed as a result of human development. Longitudinal and poprechny codes provide the necessary cushioning for the body. Why is depreciation in the car? For a longer working properly, all engine blocks. Similarly, depreciation of the foot provides, first and foremost, the safety and normal function of all joints, including knees, hips, lumbar spine, which occur with age, anatomical and functional disorders. Additional information is available at Robert Jain. Considerable contribution to this process contributes defective foot. Longitudinal arch of the foot of the normal visual well-defined if we look at the foot of the inner side of the figure we see the border of the foot prints of the normal foot and flatfoot in iv class. In normal height of the longitudinal arch in the central part is 3.9 cm from the ground floor to the bone.

To what extent is stored longitudinal arch can be identified by fingerprint plantar surface of the load on the foot. Varies 4 degrees flat, each of which gives a characteristic fingerprint plantar surface of the load on the foot. Not everyone knows that in addition to the longitudinal and transverse flatfoot distinguish flat, which determined by the width of the foot at the base of the fingers (metatarsalno-phalanx joints). Normally, these joints form an arch (arch). Height of the arch depends on the consistency of ligaments that connect together the joints and muscles supporting the arch of the foot. In chronic congestion of the ligamentous apparatus longitudinal and transverse arch “settles”, and clinically we see a broad, flat foot. Most often, the longitudinal and transverse arches develop simultaneously. While it may be an isolated “settling” of one or another set. In any case, one of the adverse symptoms of flat feet can be a pain in different parts of the foot and to further develop the deformation fingers, in frequent cases leading to surgery. In our next conversation will talk about the consequences that arise as a result of flat feet, which will help to realize how important it is to maintain depreciation properties of the foot throughout life.

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