Karl Trimble

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Stress fractures are common injuries in athletes and military recruits. They result from repetitive microtrauma, which over time exceeds the bone's intrinsic ability to repair itself. The site of occurrence is most commonly the weight-bearing lower limb. Such injuries are easily missed as the history and clinical signs are often not consistent with an acute(More)
Close monitoring, regular review and early referral of diabetic patients with midfoot injuries is of paramount importance to identify and limit progression and complications of Charcot foot. The case history is presented of a 46-year-old diabetic patient who presented to the emergency department following a low-energy midfoot sprain which was treated(More)
BACKGROUND We investigated whether a forefoot off-loading postoperative shoe (FOPS) alters standing posture, ankle muscle activity, and static postural sway and whether any effects are altered by wearing a shoe raise on the contralateral side. METHODS Posture, ankle muscle activity, and postural sway were compared in 14 healthy participants wearing either(More)
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