Foot Surgery Improves Quality of Life for Patients in Small Study

Foot Surgery Improves Quality of Life for Patients in Small Study

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Foot Surgery Improves Quality of Life for Patients in Small Study

Corrective foot surgery lessened pain and improved foot alignment and quality of life in patients with Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease, according to data collected over four years. The findings were published in an article, “A prospective study on surgical management of foot deformities in charcot marie tooth disease,” in the Journal of the Peripheral Nervous System. CMT, the most frequent inherited neuromuscular disease, is characterized by sensory loss and weakness of the upper and lower limbs…

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