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Podiatry and Biomechanics for the Nail Technician       By Dr Robert Spalding : Podiatry and Biomechanics for the Nail Technician       By Dr Robert Spalding MediNail Learning Center Podiatry Course Beginning : Podiatry Course Beginning MediNail Learning Center Podiatry Course Outline : Podiatry Course Outline Topic A. Biomechanics  Foot Facts Introduction to Foot Anatomy, Structure, and Biomechanics How Foot Structure Affects Complete Body Alignment and Resultant Pathology Effects Physical and Structural Disorders of the Foot Topic B. Dermatology and Skin  Dermatology, Disease and Disorders of the Foot High Risk Patients: Diabetes, Vascular CVI/PVD, Neuropathy, Immune issues, Dermatitis What is the most important marketing tool for salons? Referring to physicians & physicians referring back. Types of nail instruments should you use? Foot care products that really work for foot problems. Final Test MediNail Learning Center Fun Foot Facts : Fun Foot Facts The Walk of LifeThe average person walks about 10,000 steps a day. During a lifetime it is thought that a person has walked enough steps top have traveled around the planet more than 4 times, which is approximately 115,000 miles! MediNail Learning Center More Foot Facts : More Foot Facts 3 out of 4 Americans experience serious foot problems in their lifetime. The foot contains 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments and 19 muscles. 25% of all the bones in the human body are in your feet . When these bones are out of alignment, so is the rest of the body. MediNail Learning Center Foot Facts Continued….. : Foot Facts Continued….. Only a small percentage of the population is born with foot problems.  It's neglect and a lack of awareness of proper care - especially improperly fitted shoes - that bring on problems. Women have about four times as many foot problems as men. High heels are partly to blame. MediNail Learning Center Even More Foot Facts : Even More Foot Facts Walking is the best exercise for your feet. It also contributes to your general health by improving circulation, contributing to weight control, and promoting all-around well being. Your feet mirror your general health . Conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, nerve and circulatory disorders can show their initial symptoms in the feet - so foot ailments can be your first sign of more serious medical problems. MediNail Learning Center Getting Close to the End of Foot Facts : Getting Close to the End of Foot Facts There are 250,000 sweat glands in a pair of feet. Sweat glands in the feet excrete as much as a half-pint of moisture a day. Walking barefoot can result in acquiring plantar warts. The virus enters by a cut or skin fissure. In the majority of cases, your two feet are different sizes. Fit the larger one. About 5% of Americans have toenail problems in a given year. MediNail Learning Center Almost the End of Final Foot Facts : Almost the End of Final Foot Facts When walking, you place about 2-3 times your body weight in pressure on your feet. When running, you place about 7 times your body weight in pressure on your feet. (Poor feet.) * Note: 200 lb man = 1400 lbs! running Arthritis is the number one cause of disability in America . It limits everyday dressing, climbing stairs, getting in and out of bed or walking - for about 7 million Americans. MediNail Learning Center Whooo! Final Fun Foot Facts : Whooo! Final Fun Foot Facts 75% of Americans will experience foot problems at some time in their lives. Incidence varies with age. Over 50% of people over the age of 50, and approximately 35% between the ages of 18- 24. The soles of your feet contain more sweat glands and sensitive nerve-endings per square centimeter than any other part of your body. MediNail Learning Center Question: Why Learn Podiatry and Biomechanics as a Nail Technician? : Question: Why Learn Podiatry and Biomechanics as a Nail Technician? Will help you understand why calluses, ingrown nails, skin infections or foot pain occur and how to prevent or help the client manage these chronic problems. Give you a better understanding of anatomy and function of the foot. Help educate your client to avoid foot problems in the future. MediNail Learning Center Slide 12: Topic 1 Introduction to Podiatry and Biomechanics “The Physics of the Foot” MediNail Learning Center Some Health problems are Foot Related : Some Health problems are Foot Related The stability of your feet can have a profound effect on other areas of your body. Feet provide the base of support for you entire body. Even a small misalignment can disturb your framework.  A Stable foot must have a well defined arch with proper muscle position to provide a rigid lever for maximum power and propulsion during ”toe off” MediNail Learning Center Daily Statement Podiatrists Hear: : Daily Statement Podiatrists Hear: WHEN YOUR FEET HURT..... ……. YOU HURT ALL OVER MediNail Learning Center Why do you hurt all over? : Why do you hurt all over? If the foundation of your feet is bad..... YOU TILT = Pressure on your spine or vertebral bones and eventually your spinal nerves causing back or neck pain. MediNail Learning Center Why do you tilt (in) i.e. pronate? : Why do you tilt (in) i.e. pronate? Your foot may roll in excessively. This is called Over Pronation ……. side view MediNail Learning Center Some Pronation is a Normal Part of Walking, but OVER-PRONATION is Not! : Some Pronation is a Normal Part of Walking, but OVER-PRONATION is Not! MediNail Learning Center Question: Is all Pronation Bad? : Question: Is all Pronation Bad? Answer: NO Some Pronation is a necessary part of normal gait or walking. A certain amount of pronation absorbs ground forces and helps the foot as well as the body absorb shock. Over Pronation occurs when the joint rolls too far past subtalar neutral position or when the navicular bone hits the ground MediNail Learning Center What does Over-Pronation look like? : What does Over-Pronation look like? “Navicular Strike” - When the foot rolls in to the degree that the navicular bone touches the ground. Callus can occur here. "Valgus Heel"-  When the heel is not longer in midline with the achilles heel.  Valgus heel means the heel "rolls out" “Too Many Toes Sign”  If viewed from the rear of the body you see more than 1 1/2 toes. MediNail Learning Center “Too Many Toe Signs” - (Should only see one and a half Toes when standing behind a patient) : “Too Many Toe Signs” - (Should only see one and a half Toes when standing behind a patient) MediNail Learning Center

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