OMM4.2.07Feetkek-COMLEX-Step1

OMM4.2.07Feetkek-COMLEX-Step1 - in pes planus describe the...

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how many steps does a person take in a day? how many lbs of pressure does a 150lb person transmit with a step. what part of the foot receives 60-75% of the pressure? how many miles are a pair of shoes good for for running? what is the term for flat foot? describe the differences in the acquired vs. congenital pes planus. in pes planus describe the talar bone and what happens to shoes. name the symptoms of pes planus. what would cause a spring ligament sprain?
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the one square inch of the weight bearing heel 1,800,000lbs 12,000 CONGENITAL pes planus -the person has been flat footed since birth and the arch is usually rigid; you don't prescribe orthotics; ACQUIRED pes planus: the arch is normal when pes planus; it can be congenital or acquired 500-1000 miles running over uneven surfaces in soft shoes, everting the foot; pain over the spring ligament, pain or cramping in the tibialis anterior and tibialis posterior muscle the talar head displaces medially and plantarward; the medial part of the shoe wears down
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where is the pain located in a spring ligament sprain? the gap between the ____ and the ____ bones is supported by the tibialis posterior tendon and the spring ligament. name the etiologies for pes planus. when measuring the tibial torsion you evaluate it by using the _____. what is the normal thigh-foot axis? external tibial torsion turns the foot _____. what degrees is the thigh-foot axis? how do you treat pes planus? the arch orthosis should ____ the foot when it is unloaded. This orthotic is a medial heel wedge that is used in pes planus, it supports the medial longitudinal arch.
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genu varus; compensation for leg length inequality; external tibial torsion navicular and sustentaculum tali; as the talar head rotates it destroys the ligament pain is over the calcaneonavicular potion of the spring ligament lateralward; >30­ degrees 0-30degrees thigh-foot axis Thomas Heel touch can't treat congenital pes planus; if the arch is rigid, you must first make it soft in order to use an orthotic device; orthotics should be flexible
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Name the different arches and what they are for. Name the
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2008 for the course MS 1 taught by Professor Fall2008 during the Fall '08 term at Nova Southeastern University.

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OMM4.2.07Feetkek-COMLEX-Step1 - in pes planus describe the...

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