Williams Cylie

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Method This is the world’s largest randomised comparative efficacy trial with one, two, six and 12-month follow-up. Children with clinically diagnosed calcaneal apophysitis (n = 124) were recruited. There were two treatment factors within the study. Factor 1 was two different types of in-shoe orthoses: a heel raise or prefabricated orthoses. Treatment(More)
Methods This study was a cross-sectional study with comparison to normative data. 124 children (males = 72, mean age 10.88 + 1.48 years) with a clinical diagnosis of calcaneal apophysitis were recruited. Normative data was used from Australian and International publications. The baseline measures recorded were: height; weight; waist circumference; BMI; foot(More)
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