Re: Liz Frank Fracture

: I have a suspected Liz Frank fracture of my Left foot, can anybody tell me anything about this please?

I, too, have a Liz Frank fracture on my left foot. No one seems to know much about it. Please let us know where to get info.
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Posted By Vicki Voitier on September 21, 2005 at 14:58:51:

In Reply to: Liz Frank Fracture posted by Tracy Hurst on July 28, 2003 at 22:35:57:

Provide protection for joints and nails. Provides extra padding for distal corns. Helps reduce pressure, friction and irritation between toes.

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