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For the next 100 Days, I will present 100 of the top biomechanical guidelines used in a podiatry practice. There will be other posts during those 100 days, but each day will contain a post highlighting another of these top guidelines. I hope health care providers as well as the lay public with enjoy.
- Do you know if you have a short leg?
- Do you believe you have weak or tight muscles in general, or around the injured part?
- Do you have loose ligaments in general?
- Are you right or left handed?
- When you were a child did you have to wear braces or shoe inserts?
- Have you ever been prescribed shoe inserts?
- Have people told you that you walk or run funny?
- What has your history been of overuse injuries (non traumatic)?
- How all or most of your injuries been to one side of your body?
- Do you have high arches, flat feet, bow legs, knock knees, bunions, hammertoes, or other abnormalities?
- Do you have any arthritis from your hips downward and wear?
- Do you feel unstable in any joints?