Tag Archives: analysis

What ‘foot’ related topics are most often Google’d?

Every December for the last few years on my other blog, I tabulate how often each of the running shoe brands are searched for in Google for a bit of fun.

As I have too much time on my hands (….not!), I thought I would look at how often different foot related topics were searched for on Google. So I came up with a whole lot of keywords and used the Google keyword tool. What is in the table below are the approximate number of times that each keyword(s) were searched for in Google each month:

gout
673000
plantar fasciitis
673000
shin splints
246000
bunion
201000
restless leg syndrome
201000
foot pain
90500
onychomycosis
60500
morton's neuroma
74000
metatarsalgia
49500
chilblains
49500
flat feet
49500
hallux rigidus
33100
peroneal tendonitis
33100
sever's disease
33100
jones fracture
27100
cracked heels
22200
sesamoiditis
22200
pitted keratolysis
18100
pain on top of foot
18100
overpronation
27100
top of foot pain
14800
ball of foot pain
14800
clubfoot
18100
pain in heel
14800
pes cavus
14800
posterior tibial tendonitis
18100
smelly feet
14800
burning feet
14800
poor circulation
12100
lisfranc fracture
12100
tailor's bunion
14800
achilles tendon rupture
12100
metatarsus adductus
9900
corn on toe
14800
tarsal coalition
6600
accessory navicular
5400
sinus tarsi syndrome
5400
cuboid syndrome
5400
foot odor
4400
toe walking
4400
posterior tibial tendon dysfunction
2400
navicular stress fracture
2400
freiberg disease
1900
leg length difference
140

Please sign up for my newsletter when a new content is posted:





Advertisement:

Bestseller No. 2
Podiatry Axial/Sesamoid Weight Bearing Sponge - 13" x 8" x 4" Closed Cell
  • Closed Cell - 13" x 8" x 4"
  • Closed Cell Sponges are made from a lightweight, radiolucent, non-porous foam - entirely fluid resistant, easy to clean and extremely durable! Non-coated, premium charcoal grey color. 100% radiolucent artifact free imaging.
SaleBestseller No. 4
Coding Companion for Podiatry 2021
  • OPTUM360 (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
Bestseller No. 5
Medpride Disposable Scalpel Blades| #10 Sharp, Tempered Stainless-Steel Blades | Pack of 10 Sterile Scalpel Knives| Plastic Handle| Individual Pouches| for Dermaplaining, Podiatry, Crafts & More
  • SUPERIOR STAINLESS-STEEL BLADE: Equipped with tempered Stainless-Steel blades with a plastic handle, our #10 disposable scalpel knives allow for heavy duty use and a comfy grip for easy control.
  • INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED & STERILE: Our scalpels work amazingly for Dermaplaining or small aesthetic procedures such as callus removing, dead skin-skin tag removal and scraping, acne removal and more.
SaleBestseller No. 6
Bestseller No. 8
Professional Double Ended Nail Curette 1.5/2.5mm Dermal Ingrown Toenail Cleaner Scoop Chiropody Podiatry Tools
  • Manufactured from High Quality Medical Grade Stainless Steel
  • Nail Cleaning and Care Instruments
SaleBestseller No. 9
Bestseller No. 10
Coding Companion for Podiatry 2020
  • Optum360º (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)

I get commissions for purchases made through links on this website. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases

Within group vs between group analysis of trial data and the way too many studies get it wrong

In my takedown analysis in the last post of two papers on morton’s neuroma, I pointed out that both studies were analysed wrong and that this should have been pulled up in the pre-publication peer review process and it wasn’t. Also, in my other blog I pulled up a number of studies on the same issue.

Understanding the difference between a ‘within group’ analysis vs a ‘between groups’ analysis can be confusing, so I put this video together describing them. Hopefully you can see what the two studies reviewed here and the multiple studies reviewed here got it wrong.

Please sign up for my newsletter when a new content is posted:





Advertisement:

Bestseller No. 2
Podiatry Axial/Sesamoid Weight Bearing Sponge - 13" x 8" x 4" Closed Cell
  • Closed Cell - 13" x 8" x 4"
  • Closed Cell Sponges are made from a lightweight, radiolucent, non-porous foam - entirely fluid resistant, easy to clean and extremely durable! Non-coated, premium charcoal grey color. 100% radiolucent artifact free imaging.
SaleBestseller No. 4
Coding Companion for Podiatry 2021
  • OPTUM360 (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
Bestseller No. 5
Medpride Disposable Scalpel Blades| #10 Sharp, Tempered Stainless-Steel Blades | Pack of 10 Sterile Scalpel Knives| Plastic Handle| Individual Pouches| for Dermaplaining, Podiatry, Crafts & More
  • SUPERIOR STAINLESS-STEEL BLADE: Equipped with tempered Stainless-Steel blades with a plastic handle, our #10 disposable scalpel knives allow for heavy duty use and a comfy grip for easy control.
  • INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED & STERILE: Our scalpels work amazingly for Dermaplaining or small aesthetic procedures such as callus removing, dead skin-skin tag removal and scraping, acne removal and more.
SaleBestseller No. 6
Bestseller No. 8
Professional Double Ended Nail Curette 1.5/2.5mm Dermal Ingrown Toenail Cleaner Scoop Chiropody Podiatry Tools
  • Manufactured from High Quality Medical Grade Stainless Steel
  • Nail Cleaning and Care Instruments
SaleBestseller No. 9
Bestseller No. 10
Coding Companion for Podiatry 2020
  • Optum360º (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)

I get commissions for purchases made through links on this website. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases