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Wesley P Bevan, Judith G Hall, Micheal Bamshad, Lynn T Staheli, Kenneth M Jaffe, Kit Song
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July 2007: Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics
Molly T Hogan, Lynn T Staheli
Flexible flatfeet in children are still treated with orthotics and operative procedures by some physicians who believe such treatment will prevent disability in adult life. Opponents of treatment cite military studies that show flexible flatfeet are not a source of disability in soldiers. Because no study of adult civilians relating arch configuration and pain have been reported, this study was undertaken. Ninety-nine adult male and female physically active grocery-store employees were studied. Half-weight-bearing footprints were made, and leg and foot pain questionnaires were scored for each subject...
January 2002: Foot & Ankle International
Lynn T. Staheli, Robert N. Hensinger
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January 2001: Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics
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