The plantar pressure reduction was under navicular
bone by 77% in control group.
When pain is elicited by palpation of the navicular
, radiographs are recommended.
After shooting (Canon Ixus 85 IS) the photographs of the weight-bearing and non weight-bearing foot's angle between the three marked points under non weight-bearing conditions (MLA angle), the change in this angle on the weight bearing foot (MLA deformation), and the drop of the navicular
process under weight bearing conditions (navicular
drop) were measured through a computer.
Five articles focused on risk factors, nine examined neuromuscular training, six addressed navicular
drop, two studied anterior knee laxity, and one focused on male versus female biomechanical make-up differences.
He presented a systematic review and meta-analysis of 31 articles, mostly case series, which included 253 partial or complete tarsal navicular
stress fractures, at the annual meeting of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine.
Torg of Temple University, Philadelphia, is credited with developing the non-weight-bearing cast immobilization regimen for navicular
tarsal stress fractures a quarter century ago.
(os tibiale externum, os naviculare secundarium)
X-rays revealed a broken navicular
bone in my left foot.
syndrome, an incurable lameness of a horse's foot, is an example of this type of problem.
However, another possibility would be a stress fracture of one of the tarsal bones (the long foot bones that extend from the toe joints or metatarsals) called the navicular
David McCarroll found VESWT particularly effective in the treatment of navicular
disease, arthritic changes in the hock and saucer fractures.