Is the army taking a flat foot? All the answers to conscripts
You are conscript age and the question arises: are they taking to the army with a flatfoot?
To date, it is necessary to be guided by Regulation No. 123. It is better to look at the last edition of 25.02.2003.See the section on musculoskeletal diseases, where flat feet are described in detail in the article No. 68 of the table, which is called the "Schedule of Diseases".Having studied this document, you can independently determine whether an army with a flat-footed is taken.
It all depends on the degree of complexity of the disease indicated in the diagnosis. The degree of complexity of flatfoot is distributed according to the points: a, b, c, d.
If the diagnosis falls under the item "a"( a significant violation of functions with flat feet) - the draftee belongs to the category "D", according to article 68 he is considered not fit for service inarmy.
Point "b"( moderate disruption of functions with flat feet) - refers to the category "B", that is, the draftee is limited in scope( or not suitable in peacetime).He receives a military ticket and is credited to the reserve. Such a person is exempt from draft.
Item "B"( minor disruption of functions with flat feet) is also a category "B".
Point "g"( without disrupting functions, when there is objective data) - category "BZ" - is suitable, with the exception of some arms.
How are diagnoses distributed according to the provisions of Regulation No. 123?
a) - horse, varus, hollow, heel, equinovarus, flat-valgus deformed foot( one or both), formed as a result of injuries or diseases, and with which a person can not use military shoes;B) the third degree of flatfoot( longitudinal or transverse);
c) - the 2nd degree of flatfoot( only with the 2nd degree of arthrosis);
d) - 1 st or 2 nd degree of flatfoot( at the 1 st degree of deforming arthrosis).
How to determine the degree of flatfoot?
To determine the degrees of flatfoot, one must follow:
- with the description of the radiograph in the standing position under load. Description does the radiologist. He must determine the angle of the longitudinal arch, its height;
- by the angle of Belera, which determines the degree of deformation of the calcaneal brush;
- by computed tomography in the coronary plane to assess the condition of the subtalar joint;
- description of the parameters of angular deviations of the first metatarsal bone and the first finger.
Who will tell you if they take the army with a flat foot, determine the degree of flatfoot and make a diagnosis?
Only a doctor of the orthopedic surgeon's clinic can determine the degree of flatfoot. The diagnosis is made on the basis of radiographic shots, which the radiologist describes, the orthopedic surgeon on the basis of these descriptions makes a conclusion and establishes a diagnosis. The military commissioner has no right to make a diagnosis. It only determines the level of fitness for military service on the basis of a clearly established diagnosis by a doctor at a polyclinic.
What if. .. Or FAQ
- There is a description of the pictures, there is no diagnosis, and the military commissar says: "Goden"?
A doctor is obliged to write a diagnosis if he refuses, then this behavior is regarded as a refusal to provide medical care, which is fraught with penalties for the doctor, up to and including dismissal.
- The doctor of the local polyclinic asked whether he was taken to the army with a flat foot, and sent you to the military enlistment office.
To complain to the superior authorities( from the head of the polyclinic to the city administration and above) it is desirable in writing with mandatory registration of letters.
- The doctor "understates" the degree of complexity of flat feet.
This can be determined by comparing the parameters described in the X-ray, with explanations in the Regulations on Military Medical Examination. It is necessary to pass the examination in another clinic. Based on the available facts, write complaints. If there is no result, sue. If you are right and the disease does exist, the doctor is recognized incompetent, and your rights will be restored.
- What flat foot is not taken into the army?
Sidgnozami, falling under the items: a, b, c.
Can I run with flatfoot?
Basically, doctors agree that running at flat feet is contraindicated. You can, and even need to load the foot, but the load must be correct. A complex of physiotherapy exercises developed by an orthopedist for your degree of flatfoot, deformities of the foot and complications is useful.
You can walk, but you need an orthopedic insole made on an individual order.
The most common static platypodia. It is believed that it occurs when there is insufficient physical exertion on the musculoskeletal apparatus, and the reason may be prolonged walking or standing in conjunction with wearing weights.
Often a flat foot is found in pre-school children, but this is only a natural phase of the development of the motor apparatus, which passes with complete formation of the lower limbs. Congenital deformed foot is very rare, it is caused by abnormal development in the womb of the mother. Acquired deformity can arise as a consequence of injuries, rickets, metabolic disorders of calcium and phosphorus.
The main symptoms of an existing or existing disease are fast fatigue during walking, pain in the lower extremities, and they can be in both feet, hips, lower legs and lower back. The pains are connected with the fact that the damping functions of the ankle are broken. Often, flat feet can manifest in excessively fat people, it is associated with increased pressure of body weight on the legs, as well as lack of mobility. Athletes are subject to this deformation for radically opposite reasons - systematic excessive loads on the lower limbs. In addition, tremendous importance on the development of deformations is the wearing of uncomfortable shoes.
Types of deformation and its degree
Amortization of the ankle is provided by the longitudinal and transverse arches, due to the specific structure of the skeleton, the interaction with it of the joints, muscles and ligaments. When excessive loads arise, the density of one or another arch or both. In this connection, flat feet are classified according to its types:
- Transverse. The metacarpal bones diverge in a fan-like manner, thereby reducing the length of the foot.
- Longitudinal. There is an increase in length due to the lowering of the longitudinal arch.
- The deviation of the big toe.
- Hammering of fingers.
To determine the type of platypodia, an x-ray examination of both feet will be indicative. Longitudinal deformation is detected by a lateral projection using the load from the standing position. Transverse deformation is revealed by a direct projection also standing with a load.
The medicine classifies flat-footedness according to the complexity of deformation. Each species has its own characteristics.
The longitudinal flatfoot is divided into:
- 1 degree: the arch angle reaches 131-140o, height 35-25mm. Bones are not deformed.
- 2 degree: the corner of the arch is 141 - 155o, height 24-17mm. There is a deforming arthrosis in the region of the talon-navicular articulation. The talus bone is markedly shortened.
- 3 degree: the arch angle reaches a value of 156o and above, the height is less than 17mm. The heel of the calcaneus in the region of the sole becomes massive. The transverse arch is flattened, the heel is deflected to the outside, and the thumb is diverted to the side.
The transverse flatfoot is divided into four levels of complexity of deformation, the parameters of which are characterized by the angle between the first and second metatarsal bones and the angle of deviation of the thumb. Distinguish the following degrees:
- First: the angle between the bones is 10- 12o, the angle of deviation of the finger is 15o-20o.
- The second: angle 13-15 °, deviation 21o-30.
- Third: angle 16-20o, deviation 31o-40o.
- Fourth: the angle is more than 20o, the deviation is more than 40o.
When "lucky" not to go to serve
It's not always possible to "slough" off the army, complaining about the flat feet. First, it is easily diagnosed, and secondly, the law strictly regulates the order when patients with flat feet are released from service.
Article 68 of the Schedule of Diseases states that a conscript may be released from the army service if he is diagnosed
- transverse or longitudinal flatfoot of 2nd degree accompanied by deforming arthrosis of stage 2;
- longitudinal flatfoot of the 3rd degree without arthrosis of the joints;
- longitudinal 3 tbsp.with pronounced pains, exostoses, arthrosis of joints, contracture of fingers;
- transverse 3 - 4 st.with severe pain, exostosis, arthrosis of the joints, contracture of the fingers.
It is these criteria that assess the illness of the conscript. In the presence of one of them, the category "B"( limited-fit) is assigned with exemption from military service and transfer to the reserve. If a deformation is found that falls under the category of 1 degree, then such a young man is subject to conscription.
Does the army take a flat-footed 1st degree with a sideside and a scaly?
Only one will help!
sorry. Will take
Of course they take. Why, for example, a sniper foot?
Threw off the helicopter as a bale..lie to yourself and shoot.
Jogging on the forum: http: //milforum.info/index.php/conf/viewforum/3/
By ideas, they have no right. Contact the Committee for the Protection of the Rights of Soldiers' Mothers.
fuck you, hang yourself
Now they take even with the cadaveric stains.
will be taken away, stsuko!you urgently need something else to mow.епт
Study the schedule of diseases with which do not call( prizyv.net /rasp/), or you can put this scan on any invocatory forum in the medical section, so that the doctor looked( for example, here prizyvnik.info/forum or here gvka.ru / forum)
With flat-footed I degree take.
And scoliosis needs at least II degree( & gt; 10 degrees) so as not to take
Flattening needs the last stage 3-4y.but in general if you have the opportunity to collect the results all for health reasons or the opportunity to give a bribe then you will not be taken, and if there is nothing they can take with schizophrenia and with epilepsy)))
Take, and whythen in Moscow they write in bat( physiotherapy for treatment perverted)
Can you please tell whether the army is taking 3 degrees of transverse flatfoot, 1 and 2 degrees of longitudinal, arthrosis 1 tbsp.
No, the seating troops have not yet come up.
In the crematorium they take. ..
No. Art.68-b Timetable of diseases. Category "B" is limited.
Flat feet, if it is strong, one must try to cure
With a strong degree of flatfoot and with heavy loads on the legs, unfortunately, adolescents and adults often have aching legs, and even a head. At least fatigue is much higher. Because with flatfoot, depreciation sharply decreases and there is a strong overload of the spinal cord and brain. With flat feet, the spine suffers.
Treatment must include
- Massage with an experienced masseur
- LFK( resistant and daily)( like the heels, on the toes, on the inside and the inside of the foot)
A very important exercise is to bend and unbend fingers( as if in a fist)Roll rolling-bottle-tube with pressure And not only along, but also across! Massage mat( to mark)
- Supinators.(But, better done specially for you or at least matched for you) and it is very ambiguous whether they should always be worn. It's like glasses. I put on my glasses, and then you can not remove it, it may be more appropriate to use the time for TRAINING the stops by walking without the insteps or in other insteps. For prevention it is very important to walk barefoot, but not on the floor, not on the asphalt, but on uneven surfaces( pebbles, cones, grass)
For physical education and sports it is advisable to buy good sneakers, and not run with bad shoes or casual "chuvaks".For a long walk you need specials.shoes Good swimming and special occupation.bicycle, where pedals pedal on bare feet
Take to the Army with 68 articles Part * G *( Flat-footed)
Article 68( d) refers to:
longitudinal or transverse flat feet of I or II degree with deforming arthrosis of the first stage of middle foot joints in the absencecontractures of her fingers and exostoses.
Absence of a finger on the foot is considered to be its absence at the level of the metatarsophalangeal joint, as well as complete reduction or immobility of the finger.
Longitudinal flatfoot and hammer-like calcaneal deformation of the calcaneus are assessed by profile radiographs in the standing position under load. On the X-ray diffraction patterns, the angle of the longitudinal arch and the height of the arch are determined by constructing a triangle. Normally the angle of the arch is 125-130 degrees, the height of the arch is 39 mm. Flattening of I degree: the angle of the longitudinal internal sole of the arch is 131-140 degrees, the height of the arch is 35-25 mm;flat feet of II degree: the angle of the longitudinal inner vault is 141-155 degrees, the height of the vault is 24-17 mm;flat feet of the third degree: the angle of the longitudinal inner arch is more than 155 degrees, the height of the arch is less than 17 mm.
To determine the degree of posttraumatic deformation of the calcaneus, calculate the angle of Beler( angle of the articular part of the calcaneus calcaneus), formed by the intersection of two lines, one of which connects the highest point of the anterior angle of the subtalar joint and the vertex of the posterior articular facet; the other passes along the upper surface of the calcaneusbones. Normally this angle is 20-40 degrees. Its reduction usually accompanies posttraumatic platypodia. The most informative for assessing the condition of the subtalar joint is its computed tomography, performed in the coronary plane perpendicular to the posterior joint facet of the calcaneus. The transverse flatfoot is estimated from the radiographs of the anterior and middle parts of the foot in a straight projection, made under load. Reliable criteria for the degree of transverse flatfoot are the parameters of the angular deviations of the first metatarsus and the first finger. On X-ray patterns, three straight lines are drawn corresponding to the longitudinal axes of I-II metatarsal bones and the main phalange of the first finger. At I degree of deformation, the angle between I-II metatarsal bones is 10-12 degrees, and the angle of deviation of the first finger is 15-20 degrees;at the second degree, these angles respectively increase to 15 and 30 degrees;at the third degree - up to 20 and 40 degrees, and at the IV degree - exceed 20 and 40 degrees.
The deforming arthrosis of the first stage of the foot joint radiographically characterized by a narrowing of the joint gap by less than 50 percent and marginal bone growths not exceeding 1 mm from the edge of the joint space. Arthrosis of stage II is characterized by a narrowing of the joint gap by more than 50 percent, marginal bone growths exceeding 1 mm from the edge of the joint gap, deformation and subchondral osteosclerosis of the articular ends of the articulating bones. With arthrosis of the III stage, the joint gap is not radiographically determined, there are pronounced marginal bone growths, gross deformity and subchondral osteosclerosis of the articular ends of the articulating bones.
Longitudinal flat feet of I or II degree, as well as transverse flat feet of I degree without arthrosis in the joints of the middle foot, finger contractures and exostoses are not grounds for applying this article, they do not prevent the passage of military service, admission to military schools and schools.
So that is fit with minor restrictions. ... http: //www.yabloko.ru/ raspisanie_bolezney
with the 3rd degree like just do not take, but it should be all in the medical card fixed + still send to your honey.com from the military registration and enlistment office
are they taking into the army with hypertension 1 degree and flat-footed 1 degree
Take the first degree and not the last one.
Are you in doubt?
Do not worry!
Of course they will!
Suitable for minor restrictions.
Do you take into the army with a flat-foot 2,3 degrees? Thank you in advance
means, according to the order of the Ministry of Defense, there is a certain degree of flat footing does not play a special role.should be arthrosis of the foot joints.and then, good-bye the army. In fact, you and it turns out.
is now taken.but it is possible in the military registration and enlistment office to try to defend their rights and not to join the army
with a 3 degree do not take in my opinion.
with 3rd do not take
from the second brain on fuck and shoots you can not go