Jukka Kangas

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The prevalence of foot and ankle (F&A) disorders is high. While chronic and recurrent F&A disorders are broadly documented in the literature, their underlying mechanisms have not been well defined. Currently, patho-anatomical, biomechanical and signs and symptoms (Si&Sy) models are widely used to diagnose and classify musculoskeletal F&A disorders. Within a(More)
New starting points are available for the diagnosis, classification and treatment of prolonged pain conditions in the foot and ankle region. Mechanisms maintaining the pain should be clarified, and a comprehensive patient interview must be conducted. Physical examination shall include static observation, functional tests, passive movement tests as well as(More)
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