by Rothbart Filed under Foot Structures
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With an ominous name like ‘PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity’ one would think that you would at least be able to see its’ deformation – kind of like a foot version of Quasimodo. Or maybe something similar to a club foot, which is turned in to the point that you can’t stand on it. But to the contrary, the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity, to the untrained eye, looks just like a normal foot.
You see, that’s the interesting thing about a PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity – you can’t see it unless you know what to look for, and so up until I discovered it (while searching for a cause of chronic muscle and joint pain) no one even knew it existed.
Do any of the above feet look similar to yours? …
In 2002 I published a paper that described a previously unrecognized embryological foot structure, the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity. In that paper, I suggested that the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity is a milder form of the Clubfoot Deformity in which the heel supinatus (inward twisting of the foot) and talipes equinus (downward position of the foot) is not as severe as seen in the Clubfoot Deformity.
Even though the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity is a milder form of the Clubfoot Deformity, the treatment for these two embryological foot structures is entirely different: Non-surgical treatment of the Clubfoot Deformity - The Ponseti Method The Ponseti Method (named after Dr Ignacio Ponseti, 1914 - 2009) advocates treating the Clubfoot Defo…
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