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Fast Facts: An Easy-to-Read Series of Publications for the ...

1 . Fast Facts: An Easy-to-Read Series of Publications for the Public What Are Knee Problems? What Do the Knees Do? The knees provide stable support for the body.

Taking Care of Your

1 Taking Care of Your Knees W hen the mother of the hero Achilles dipped him in the river Styx, she held him by the heel, leaving that spot unprotected.

Bowlegs and Knock-Knees

PATIENT EDUCATION HANDOUTS Bowlegs and Knock-Knees What are bowlegs and knock-knees? Babies and young children often have knees and legs that look awkward.

Intoeing, knock-knees, and bowlegs

Intoeing, knock-knees, and bowlegs COMPETENCY- The resident should be able to define intoeing, knock-knees, and bowlegs, develop a differential diagnosis for these common musculoskeletal problems, and know the management of these problems, particularly with respect to the need for referral to a ...

Prosthetic Knees

1 Funded by: U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration Award # H235J050020 Prosthetic Knees Classification & Overview M. Jason Highsmith, PT, DPT, CP, FAAOP 1 Jason T. Kahle, CPO 2 1.

Osteoarthritis of the Knees

15 RESEARCH CAPITOL HILL DAYS PATIENT VIGNETTE PATIENT VIGNETTE OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEES Lee McLendon is one of the 1 in 14 American adults who suffers from pain, stiffness, and swelling of the knees.

Cypress Knees: An Enduring Enigma

Cypress Knees: An Enduring Enigma . Cypress Knees: An Enduring Enigma Christopher H. Briand The cypresses keep their secrets from the prying investigator.

Knock-Knees (Genu Valgum)

Knock-Knees (Genu Valgum) In the first 12 months of life, bowed legs are normal. The legs naturally bow outward and begin to straighten as the baby grows.

LectureR-KIbrahim-varus and valgus knees

Varus and Valgus Knees in Children Kamal Ibrahim, M.D., FRCS(C), MA Varus: the leg is tilted toward the midline of the body Valgus: the leg is bending away from the body midline

Knees Beyond The Toes?

Knees Beyond The Toes? You bet they are, In all of the pictures above you can clearly see that the knees are forwards of the toes. Why then do we as trainers still persist in instructing athletes to keep their knees behind the toes.