Incidence of floating toe and its association with the physique and foot morphology of Japanese children

@inproceedings{Araki2015IncidenceOF,
  title={Incidence of floating toe and its association with the physique and foot
morphology of Japanese children},
  author={Tomoko Araki and Tadashi Masuda and Tetsuya Jinno and Sadao Morita},
  booktitle={Journal of physical therapy science},
  year={2015}
}
[Purpose] Physical development, foot morphology, and toe contact of children aged 3 to 5 years were assessed in order to investigate the relationships between body and foot morphology and the incidence of the condition known as "floating toe". [Subjects] A total of 198 children, aged 3 to 5 years old, participated in this study. [Methods] Height and weight were measured for body morphology, and foot length and width were measured for foot morphology. Footprint images were taken to calculate the… CONTINUE READING

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