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Blog posts tagged with 'sesamoiditis'

Sesamoid fractures – symptoms and treatment options

What is a sesamoid fracture and how is it treated?

A sesamoid bone is a small bone found on the bottom (plantar surface) of the great toe joint.  Each sesamoid bone is about the X-ray foot sesamoid bones size of a pinto bean. The sesamoid bones derive their funny name from the Arabic word semsem, meaning sesame seed. (1) ...

Which dancer’s pad is right for me?

How do you select the most appropriate dancer’s pads for your needs? This article explores the use of foam, felt and reusable gel dancer’s pads and guides you into how to use dancer’s pads.

The Five Ways To Treat Sesamoiditis

What's the best way to treat sesamoiditis? This article discusses 5 ways to treat tibial and fibular sesamoiditis. Which one is right for you? Many times there may be more than one solution.

The Mitten Pad | Why it's just a dancer's pad

What's a mitten pad? Just another way to describe a dancer's pad. Proper use of a dancer's pad puts the callus or sore spot in the nook just above the thumb, between the thumb and fore finger.

Dancer's pads - do I buy a right or a left for my problem?

We recently got into a discussion at the shop about dancer's pad and placement on the foot. Which pad is the right pad and which is the left? How does the left fit on the right foot? How does a right treat a left? I see how folks can get confused.