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 Define upgoing plantar?

Answer "Upgoing plantar" is a term used to describe the reflex primarily of infants to the stroking of the bottom of the foot. Presence of this reflex in children older than one could indicate a disturban... Read More »
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Plantar Fasciitis?

How bad is it? I had PF from running -- I went to see an athletic podiatrist who gave me great advice and it is completely gone now! He recommended orthodics, taping your arches and stretching. I t... Read More »
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Tai Chi for Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is a painful inflammation of the tissue (fascia) that gives the arch of the foot its shape. There are a number of treatments for this condition, including stretching, massage and ... Read More »
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How to Get Rid of Plantar Warts?

Getting rid of annoying plantar warts is a breeze using wart-removing band-aids. Plantar warts are warts which are embedded on the sole or edge of your foot and can also have black roots. They can ... Read More »
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What is a plantar plate?

The plantar plate is a ligament located on the underside of each of the four smaller toes. It keeps the toes held securely into the joint and prevents them from hyperextending during walking and r... Read More »
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