Known.isk factors include obesity, hypertension and diabetes . 6 Flat feet can also occur in pregnant women as a result of temporary changes, due to increased elastic elasticity during pregnancy. For the sake of posture, flat soles with no heels are advised. Flatfoot in a 55-year-old female with ankle and knee arthritis. One of these shapes is your foot arch. You have a high arch if you cannot see anything but your heel and the top of your foot near your toes. Muscle and nerve problems may allow the foot to collapse downward and flatten out. Surgical treatment of adult idiopathic caves foot with plantar fasciotomy, naviculocuneiform arthrodesis, and cuboid osteotomy. Recommended ReadingNight splints help alleviate pressure on your arches by keeping your muscles properly positioned and strengthened while you sleep. Pain may also be felt when working the foot against resistance. See your doctor.
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Duchon was at the school on Thursday afternoon to answer questions from concerned parents. ContinuedLeprosy remains a problem in tropical hot spots of the world with some 250,000 new infections reported each year. Similar to tuberculosis, it can stay dormant for years before attacking the skin and nerves. The disease has long been misunderstood, with false stories of fingers and toes falling off adding to the stigma. Fear led some countries to quarantine people. Antibiotics typically kill the bacteria within days and make it non-contagious. It usually takes a year or two to fully clear the germ from the body. If left untreated, it can cause severe nerve damage, deformity and disability. 2016 by The Associated Press.
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