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Osteochondrosis

Introduction to Osteochondrosis

Osteochondrosis commonly occurs in childrens and is a condition of defective bone formation in the epiphysis or growing part of the skeleton. No one knows the exact cause, although it is probably due to circulation disturbance to that part of the bone. Osteochondrosis can occur in many areas of the body, but the more common examples are as follows.


Freiberg's Infraction
Pain in the ball of the foot

Kohler's disease
Pain in the Navicular (bone near ankle)

Osgood-Schlatter Disease
Tenderness in the knees

Sever's Disease
Heel pain

 

 

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