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Saturday, 24 May 2014

1. Hidden difficulties in the foot

Not always but manages a warning in time correctly decipher. Let us, therefore, in the following articles together to look at what can also be hidden difficulties mentioned above. We will talk about the problems of the foot arch, especially of the most common orthopedic deformity - flat foot (dog planes). In the first part of this article will first focus on the detailed description of the anatomical structures of the lower limbs, get acquainted with many functions legs and a brief analysis of what moves and which muscles are involved in the different stages step. In the following episode, you will be able to enjoy the practical ideas on how to avoid flat feet or how to take care of it to prevent deterioration of your condition if, for example, has a certain disposition to have a flat foot. Skeletal apparatus Complicated bone structure of the foot is made up of a total of 26 bones which are connected by joints and broken down in a sort of four basic parts: the heel (calcareous), tarsus (talus, acicular 3), instep (5 metatarsals) and phalanges (14 phalanges). The joints because of its ruggedness allow greater range of motion. Movement: Move forward secures the upper ankle joint. It can be thought of as a kind of fork, which is composed of the end portion of the lower leg (the so called inner ankle) and fibula (the so called outer ankle). This fork above anneals to one of the metatarsal bones - talus. The whole joint was mentioned in a sort of pulley.