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  1. Podiatrists provide care and education to people with diabetes. This often includes the use of education relating to complications of the disease and how to prevent them. It is currently unknown how Australian...

    Authors: Julia Yuncken, Terrance Haines, Renerus J. Stolwyk and Cylie M. Williams
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2020 13:8
  2. Charcot’s Neuroarthropathy (Charcot foot) is a debilitating and destructive disorder resulting from neurological changes in the foot. Whilst the majority of cases are painless, as a result of disruption to sen...

    Authors: Shan Bergin, Parm Naidoo and Cylie M. Williams
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2020 13:7
  3. Existing clinical measures to describe foot morphology are limited in that they are commonly two-dimensional, low in resolution and accuracy, and do not accurately represent the multi-planar and complex change...

    Authors: Matyas Varga, Carina Price and Stewart C. Morrison
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2020 13:6
  4. After publication of our article [1] we were notified that Figure 1 was incorrectly published as a duplicate of Table 1.

    Authors: Simone Cranage, Luke Perraton, Kelly-Ann Bowles and Cylie Williams
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2020 13:4

    The original article was published in Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:55

  5. Testing of protective sensation and vibration perception are two of the most commonly used non-invasive methods of screening for diabetes-related peripheral neuropathy (DPN). However, there is limited research...

    Authors: Sean Michael Lanting, Martin Jeremy Spink, Peta Ellen Tehan, Stephanie Vickers, Sarah Louise Casey and Vivienne Helaine Chuter
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2020 13:3
  6. Parents increasingly use the internet to seek health information, share information and for purchasing textiles and footwear. This shift in footwear purchasing habits raises concern about how (and if) parents ...

    Authors: Carina Price, Michael Haley, Anita Williams, Chris Nester and Stewart C. Morrison
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2020 13:2
  7. The “cancer analogy” is powerful for communicating risk to and organizing care for patients with diabetic foot syndrome. One potentially underappreciated similarity between cancer and foot ulcers is that both ...

    Authors: Brian J. Petersen, Gary M. Rothenberg, Priti J. Lakhani, Min Zhou, David R. Linders, Jonathan D. Bloom, Katherine A. Wood and David G. Armstrong
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2020 13:1
  8. Patients with diabetic foot ulcers may have a lower quality of life. The objective was to compare the quality of life and its psychosocial determinants among patients with and without diabetic foot ulcers.

    Authors: Fahad D. Alosaimi, Reem Labani, Nouf Almasoud, Nora Alhelali, Lamya Althawadi and Dhaherah Mani AlJahani
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:57
  9. There is limited Australian epidemiological research that reports on the foot-health characteristics of people with diabetes, especially within rural and regional settings. The objective of this study was to e...

    Authors: Byron M. Perrin, Penny Allen, Marcus J. Gardner, Andrew Chappell, Bronwyn Phillips, Claire Massey, Isabelle Skinner and Timothy C. Skinner
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:56
  10. There is limited evidence of shoe impact in younger children, particularly in the context of immature gait patterns. It is unclear if the impact from shoes in younger children is similar to what has been seen ...

    Authors: Simone Cranage, Luke Perraton, Kelly-Ann Bowles and Cylie Williams
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:55

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2020 13:4

  11. While the prevalence and impact of musculoskeletal problems are high, most attention has been directed towards the back, knee and hip disorders. Foot pain is known to be common in older adults and accounts for...

    Authors: Anne-Maree Keenan, Chris Drake, Philip G. Conaghan and Alan Tennant
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:53
  12. One Australian loses a limb every 3 h as a result of infected diabetic foot ulcers (DFU). This common condition accounts for substantial morbidity and mortality for affected individuals and heavy economic cost...

    Authors: Laurens Manning, Emma J. Hamilton, Edward Raby, Paul E. Norman, Wendy Davis, Fiona Wood, Keryln Carville, Mendel Baba, Jonathan Hiew, Erica Ryan, Ivana Ferreira, Paul Gittings and Jens C. Ritter
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:52
  13. Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction is a disabling, chronic, progressive tendon condition that detrimentally affects foot, ankle and lower limb function. Research suggests that posterior tibial tendon dysfunct...

    Authors: Rona Frances Campbell, Christopher Morriss-Roberts, Beverley Durrant and Simon Cahill
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:51
  14. Blood flow is essential in maintaining tissue health. Thus, compromised blood flow can prevent tissue healing. An adducted hallux, as seen inside a narrow shoe, may put passive tension on the abductor hallucis...

    Authors: Julia L. Jacobs, Sarah T. Ridge, Dustin A. Bruening, K. Annie Brewerton, Jayson R. Gifford, Daniel M. Hoopes and A. Wayne Johnson
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:50
  15. Alteration in the strain properties of the Achilles tendon may lead to adaptations such as pathological stiffening. Stiff tendons have reduced adaptive ability, which may increase the risk for developing tendi...

    Authors: Prue Molyneux, Richard F. Ellis and Matthew Carroll
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:49
  16. Fractures of the metatarsal bones account for 35% of all foot fractures. Conservative management of fractures proximal to the metaphyseal-diaphyseal junction of the fifth metatarsal bone (pseudo-Jones) is by p...

    Authors: Peerapong Piyapittayanun, Kanakij Mutthakalin, Alisara Arirachakaran and Jatupon Kongtharvonskul
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:47
  17. Advancements in additive manufacturing, along with new 3D scanning tools, are increasingly fulfilling the technological need for custom devices in personalized medicine. In podiatry and in the footwear industr...

    Authors: Giulia Rogati, Alberto Leardini, Maurizio Ortolani and Paolo Caravaggi
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:46
  18. In specific populations, including those at risk of falls or foot ulcers, indoor footwear is an important aspect of preventative care. This study aims to describe the indoor footwear worn most over the previou...

    Authors: Alex L. Barwick, Jaap J. van Netten, Sheree E. Hurn, Lloyd F. Reed and Peter A. Lazzarini
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:45
  19. Non-removable offloading devices are recommended for the treatment of uncomplicated plantar diabetic foot ulcers because adherence to using removable devices is low. However, patients may not always understand...

    Authors: Gustav Jarl
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:44
  20. Runners and walkers often suffer from lower extremity injuries. Little is known about the relationship between their consumer behaviour towards footwear and the development of those injuries. Therefore, the ai...

    Authors: Tine Marieke Willems, Roel De Ridder and Philip Roosen
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:43
  21. Developmental coordination disorder (DCD) is a common condition in children affecting motor coordination. This impacts on academic performance, and activities of daily living. Literature surrounding interventi...

    Authors: Mitchell Smith, Helen A. Banwell, Emily Ward and Cylie M. Williams
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:42
  22. To reduce gait problems in individuals with non-spastic calf muscle weakness, spring-like ankle-foot orthoses (AFOs) are often applied, but they are not individually optimized to treatment outcome. The aim of ...

    Authors: Hilde E. Ploeger, Niels F. J. Waterval, Frans Nollet, Sicco A. Bus and Merel-Anne Brehm
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:41
  23. Intermittent claudication (IC) is the most common symptom of peripheral arterial disease and is generally treated conservatively due to limited prognostic evidence to support early revascularisation in the ind...

    Authors: A. Mizzi, K. Cassar, C. Bowen and C. Formosa
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:40
  24. The ankle brachial index (ABI) is widely used in clinical practice as a non-invasive method to detect the presence and severity of peripheral arterial disease (PAD). Current guidelines suggest that it should b...

    Authors: Sarah Casey, Sean Lanting, Christopher Oldmeadow and Vivienne Chuter
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:39
  25. Footwear is an important concern for people with gout, who often describe difficulty finding suitable footwear. Previous studies have identified footwear as a major concern for people with gout. The aim of thi...

    Authors: Mike Frecklington, Anita Williams, Nicola Dalbeth, Peter McNair, Peter Gow and Keith Rome
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:38
  26. Ankle joint range of motion is a frequently assessed measure used by health care clinicians who manage lower limb pathologies to identify ankle equinus and/or other joint motion concerns that may negatively im...

    Authors: Helen A. Banwell, Hayley Uden, Nicole Marshall, Carlie Altmann and Cylie M. Williams
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:37
  27. Multimorbidity is prevalent and adversely affects health outcomes. Foot pain is common and one of the primary reasons for utilisation of podiatry services. At present, little is known about the impact of multi...

    Authors: Gordon J. Hendry, Linda Fenocchi, Helen Mason and Martijn Steultjens
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:36
  28. This study focussed on pressure relieving orthotic insoles designed for retail footwear and people with diabetes and at risk of first forefoot ulceration. The aim was to investigate whether the pressure reliev...

    Authors: Ana Martinez-Santos, Stephen Preece and Christopher J. Nester
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:35
  29. Lower extremity amputation (LEA) is a potential sequelae of diabetic foot ulceration (DFU) and is associated with huge morbidly and mortality. Low and middle income countries are currently at the greatest risk...

    Authors: Ejiofor Ugwu, Olufunmilayo Adeleye, Ibrahim Gezawa, Innocent Okpe, Marcelina Enamino and Ignatius Ezeani
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:34
  30. Charcot foot arthropathy is a potentially limb-threatening condition that leads to progressive destruction of the bones and joints in the neuropathic foot. One of its main causes is diabetes mellitus whose pre...

    Authors: Jean Paul Vwakya Wanzou, Patrick Sekimpi, Johnson Owonda Komagum, Frederick Nakwagala and Erisa Sabakaki Mwaka
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:33
  31. Foot orthoses (FOs) are prescribed as an important conservative treatment option in patients with foot problems related to rheumatoid arthritis. However, a broad variation in FOs is used, both in clinical prac...

    Authors: Marloes Tenten-Diepenmaat, Joost Dekker, Martijn W. Heymans, Leo D. Roorda, Thea P. M. Vliet Vlieland and Marike van der Leeden
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:32
  32. Podiatric vascular assessment practices in the United Kingdom (UK) are currently unknown. This study aimed to describe the current practices for performing lower limb vascular assessments by podiatrists in the...

    Authors: Peta Ellen Tehan, Martin Fox, Sarah Stewart, Susan Matthews and Vivienne Helaine Chuter
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:31
  33. Mechanical and morphological properties of the Achilles tendon are altered in disease and in response to changes in mechanical loading. In the last few years different ultrasound based technologies have been u...

    Authors: Alessandro Schneebeli, Filippo Del Grande, Deborah Falla, Corrado Cescon, Ron Clijsen and Marco Barbero
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:30
  34. Smart insole technologies that provide biofeedback on foot health can support foot-care in adults with diabetes. However, the factors that influence patient uptake and acceptance of this technology are unclear...

    Authors: Emma M. Macdonald, Byron M. Perrin, Nerida Hyett and Michael I. C. Kingsley
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:29
  35. Chronic ankle instability (CAI) may result from repeated, frequent ankle sprains during sports activities. Manual examination for CAI is conducted; however, quantitative methods for the evaluation of CAI have ...

    Authors: Takanori Kikumoto, Kazuma Akatsuka, Emi Nakamura, Wataru Ito, Ryo Hirabayashi and Mutsuaki Edama
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:27
  36. The aim of this study was to investigate whether foot and lower limb related symptoms were associated with work participation and poor mobility in people with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE).

    Authors: M. J. Stevens, K. Walker-Bone, D. J. Culliford, B. Alcacer-Pitarch, A. Blake, N. Hopkinson, L. S. Teh, E. M. Vital, C. J. Edwards, A. E. Williams and L. Cherry
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:26
  37. Reports suggest that children with mobility impairment represent a significant proportion of the population living with a disability. Footwear is considered to be the key extrinsic factor affecting children’s ...

    Authors: Matthew Hill, Aoife Healy and Nachiappan Chockalingam
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:25
  38. Flat-footed individuals are believed to have poorer jump performance compared to normal-arched individuals. Foot orthoses are commonly used to support the deformed foot arch, and improve normal foot function. ...

    Authors: Malia Ho, Pui Wah Kong, Lowell Jia-Yee Chong and Wing-Kai Lam
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:24
  39. The delivery of healthcare is changing and aligned with this, the podiatry profession continues to change with evidence informed practice and extending roles. As change is now a constant, this gives clinicians...

    Authors: Michael Harrison-Blount, Christopher Nester and Anita Williams
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:23
  40. Therapeutic shoes can prevent diabetic foot reulcerations but their use is complicated by the fact that shoes have psychological and social meanings, which is believed to put a larger burden on women than men....

    Authors: Gustav Jarl, John Alnemo, Roy Tranberg and Lars-Olov Lundqvist
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:21
  41. Mid-portion Achilles tendinopathy is a common musculoskeletal condition characterised by degeneration of the Achilles tendon, which causes pain and disability. Multiple non-surgical treatments have been advoca...

    Authors: Chantel L. Rabusin, Hylton B. Menz, Jodie A. McClelland, Angela M. Evans, Karl B. Landorf, Peter Malliaras, Sean I. Docking and Shannon E. Munteanu
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:20
  42. Diabetic foot ulceration (DFUs) is increasingly prevalent in Singapore. Appropriate management is important since DFU brings with it an associated risk for lower limb amputations, high morbidity rates and cost...

    Authors: Sheena Tan, Hazel Horobin and Thanaporn Tunprasert
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:19
  43. Foot and ankle pain is common in the Australian adult population. People with musculoskeletal foot and ankle conditions are often referred for surgical opinion, yet how patients are managed prior to referral i...

    Authors: Tom P. Walsh, Linda R. Ferris, Nancy C. Cullen, Jared L. Bourke, Melissa J. Cooney, Chi K. Gooi, Christopher H. Brown and John B. Arnold
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:18
  44. Aboriginal and Torres Islander Australians experience considerably higher rates of diabetes and diabetes related foot complications and amputations than non-Indigenous Australians. Therefore there is a need to...

    Authors: Vivienne Chuter, Matthew West, Fiona Hawke and Angela Searle
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:17
  45. The lateral ankle ligament complex consisting of the anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL), the calcaneofibular ligament (CFL) and the posterior talofibular ligament (PTFL) is known to provide stability against...

    Authors: Lu Li, Albert Gollhofer, Heinz Lohrer, Nadja Dorn-Lange, Guiseppe Bonsignore and Dominic Gehring
    Citation: Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2019 12:16