Foot problems in inflammatory arthritis: how common are they and what is their impact?

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Abstract

Foot problems are almost ubiquitous in many forms of inflammatoryarthritis. Typically foot complaints have a significant negative impacton patients’ ability to undertake day-to-day activities of daily living andtheir psychosocial well-being. Reports suggest that the nature andimpact of foot problems is often underestimated, and this canadversely affect holistic management strategies. This presentationwill explore our current knowledge of the nature and extent of footcomplaints and their associated impact across a series of differentrheumatological complaints, highlighting some options to enhancecare and areas for further research.
Original languageEnglish
Pages16-16
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 20 Apr 2016
EventRheumatology 2016 Abstracts - SECC, Glasgow 26-28 April 2016
Duration: 20 Apr 2016 → …

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ConferenceRheumatology 2016 Abstracts
Period20/04/16 → …

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