Metatarsophalangeal hyperextension movement pattern related to diabetic forefoot deformity
from Physical Therapy Journal
Background: Metatarsophalangeal joint hyperextension deformity is common in people with diabetic neuropathy and a known risk factor for ulceration and amputation. A MTPJ hyperextension movement pattern may contribute to the development of this acquired deformity.
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