Is it taken to the army with flat feet of 1, 2 or 3 degrees?
At a certain age, the question often arises, how compatible are the flat feet of 1, 2 or 3 degrees and the army? Moreover, this is a rather common disease, flat feet of different degrees of complexity is very common. What is characteristic, run and load on the foot with such a disease are contraindicated, and the army ignores these contraindications. As a result, the disease in 2 years can seriously progress. Let's see what legislators of such countries as Russia, Ukraine and Belarus think about this.
How to be guided by a conscript?
To go or not to go, that's the question. .
As the largest of the countries in question is Russia, we'll start with it. In this case, the draftee should read the latest edition of Regulation No. 123 dated 25.02.2003, namely, "the schedule of illnesses. People with flat feet are particularly interested in the article number 68 of the section on musculoskeletal diseases. Having carefully studied this document, you will figure out yourself, "threatens" you with going to the army, or not.
A similar document in Ukraine is article 62 of the section "Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissues, their consequences", which is included in the "Order of Diseases, Conditions and Physical Deficiencies that determine the degree of fitness for military service".This document was approved by the order of the Minister of Defense of Ukraine No. 402 of August 14, 2008.Here you will find information on how to treat this disease when invoking the Ukrainian army.
It is recommended that Belarusians read article No.68 "Instructions on determining the requirements for the state of health of citizens with an addendum to the conscription section, conscription for urgent military service, reserve service, military service of reserve officers. ..".The title of the document is very long, so we give only the first part of it. This instruction was approved by Decree of the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Health No. 51/170 of December 20, 2010.
It should be noted that in this case the legislators of all three countries showed a rare unanimity, the issue of flatfoot 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd degree and service in the army is considered everywhere the same way, and if you read the documents carefully, it seems thatthey were written by the same person, only in different languages. In general, we can say that the flat feet of the army of Belarus, Ukraine and Russia are perceived almost identically. How exactly - we look further.
On which groups in the army are flatfoot divided?
As we have already understood the similarity of documents, we will consider the matter in general. So, in all the lists there is a division of the disease into 4 groups.
Group "a" understands a serious violation of functions with flat feet, in this case the draftee falls into the category "D" and is considered unfit for service in the army.
Group "b" implies a moderate disruption of functions with flat feet, in this case the recruit is waiting for the category "B" - is limited( suitable for peacetime).Such a person receives a military ticket and goes to the reserve, he is released from the draft. A man of this category can be called into the army only in wartime.
Clause "c" describes minor violations of functions with flatfoot, in this case the recruit is waiting for all the same category "B".
The item "g" implies no violation of functions when there is objective data. Here the category "B-3" already goes, it is fit to serve in the army, except for some kind of troops. It should be noted that in the Ukrainian law the category does not sign, people with the item "g" simply get the status "good", but it does not change the essence.
What are the degrees of flatfoot and diagnoses
Degrees of flatfoot
When determining the degree of flatfoot, the physician should be guided by:
- the description of the radiograph in the standing position under the load. This description is made by the radiologist, it is he who determines the height and angle of the longitudinal arch;
- angle of Beler, which determines the degree of deformation of the calcaneal brush;
- computed tomography, which is performed in the coronary plane and should assess the condition of the subtalar joint;
- description of the parameters of the angular deviations of the first finger and the first metatarsal bone.
The diagnoses for position number 123 are distributed as follows:
a) horse, varus, hollow, heel, equinovarus, flat-valgus deformed foot, which was formed as a result of injuries or diseases, preventing the use of military footwear;B) third degree of flatfoot( transverse or longitudinal);
c) 2nd degree of flatfoot( only with arthrosis of the 2 nd degree);
d) 1st or 2nd degree of flatfoot( with deforming arthrosis of 1 st degree in the absence of contracture of fingers and exostoses).
The article states that flat feet of 1-2 degrees not accompanied by osteoarthritis is not an obstacle for military service.
It follows that the longitudinal or transverse flat feet of the first and second degree will not cause the conscript to be placed in any of the "unpreserved" categories unless it is burdened by other diseases, but those recruits who have found the third degree of flat feet are "not fit"in peacetime "and released from draft.
Who determines the degree of flatfoot?
This is the task of a doctor in a polyclinic, namely an orthopedic surgeon. Based on the above documents, he must draw a conclusion and make a diagnosis. Military commissioner himself can not diagnose , he simply does not have the right to do so. His task is only to determine the level of fitness for the service in accordance with the diagnosis of the doctor.
Flat feet: symptoms and treatment, longitudinal, transverse 1, 2, 3 degrees, orthopedic insole with flat feet |Orthopedics
Flattening is the deformation of the foot and its arch. In the overwhelming majority of cases, this acquired disease, which develops due to prolonged "standing" work, when wearing shoes with heels or with a narrow toe, when weight is set, when the bones and muscles of the foot begin to "press" an increasing number of kilograms. Among women, flat feet are found 3 times more often than men. The photos below show how the foot is deformed. Flattening leads to the development of other diseases, so it is important to conduct timely prevention and follow all the recommendations of the doctor if you are diagnosed with this.
Photos and types of flatfoot
If the flat feet are clearly expressed, it is noticeable even visually when examining the foot.
Doctors speak of such symptoms of flatfoot:
- pain in the foot;
- frequent fits of the fingers and muscles of the foot;
- shoes wear out more strongly from the inside;
- the foot in the area of the fingers becomes wider, so you have to change your shoes;
- "buzz" in the legs after a long walk.
Doctors-orthopedists distinguish the following types of foot deformities:
- Rickets flat feet, arises from lack of vitamin D,
- is traumatic, appears as a consequence of fractures of the ankles, bones of the foot and other,
- paralytic - the result of paralysis of limbs and foot muscles;
- longitudinal( the inner arch of the foot changes);
- transverse( deformed toenails).
Longitudinal flat feet
Normally, the foot touches the floor with the heel bone, thumb and little finger, so on its inner side there must be a pronounced bend - the arch of the foot. The smaller the distance between the inner side of the foot and the floor, the greater the degree of longitudinal flat foot. Podologies( a physician dealing with foot problems and flatfoot) distinguish three degrees:
- there are no obvious visual signs of changes in the foot, but with prolonged walking there is fatigue and pain in the foot, swelling is possible;
- the inner arch of the foot disappears, while walking the pain extends to the ankles and lower legs;
- deformation of the foot is clearly pronounced, resulting in a change in the position of the bones in the shin and knee, so there are pains in the legs, knees, lower back, there is a headache. Normal shoes with this degree of longitudinal flat feet is not suitable.
Transverse flatfoot - symptoms and treatment
This type of flatfoot is characterized by a decrease in the length of the foot due to the divergence of the foot bones, as a result of which it is deflected towards the thumb and the middle one is significantly deformed. Often on the thumb appears "lump" - a painful thickening.
Degrees of flatfoot
Like the longitudinal, transverse flat feet has several degrees. They differ in the level of curvature of the thumb and the appearance of corns.
Class 1 flattening The 1-degree longitudinal flat-foot is diagnosed if the first finger is deflected by an angle of less than 20 degrees. In this case fatigue occurs with prolonged walking or stress. Under 2-4 fingers appear seals - natoptyshi.
Flatness of 2nd degree
The second degree of transverse flatfoot is called moderate and is characterized by a deviation of the finger by 20-35 degrees. Usually, pain and burning in the foot area become frequent, especially for a long time to walk in shoes. The nattoids occupy a large surface.
Flatness of 3rd degree
The first toe of the foot deviates by 35-50 degrees, which looks like a dislocation. The pain is permanent, on the foot of the foot, more and more. Often the third degree is accompanied by the development of bursitis - inflammation of the periarticular bag.
If the finger deviates more than 50 degrees, diagnose a 4 degree.
To determine flat feet in a domestic environment, you can apply a solution of the colorant to the feet, and then stand on sheets of blank paper the way you normally stand. If the inner bend is poorly expressed or the imprint differs from those listed below, it is worthwhile to see a doctor. This method of diagnosis is called planktography. The doctor will measure the angle between the two lines, one of which is drawn from the middle of the heel to the thumb, and the second from the same point to the second interdigital space. The final diagnosis is made based on X-ray images of the foot, performed in different positions.
In addition to longitudinal and transverse, there is a mixed flat foot, combining the characteristics of the first two.
Is the army taking a flat foot?
This question excites both conscripts who suffer from this ailment and their parents. Indeed, at 3-4 degrees of flatfoot walking causes painful sensations, and ordinary shoes are not suitable for the patient.
So, if the draftee is diagnosed with flat feet of 1 or 2 degrees, he is subject to service in the ranks of the armed forces. If it is longitudinal flatfoot 3 or transverse 3-4 grades( there is pain syndrome, finger contracture, arthrosis of joints and other serious deviations from the norm), then the boy or man is released from the call. However, he is given a military ticket and he is credited to the reserve with the record "limited to go."
With a flat-footed second degree, the recruit is given a B-3 fitness category, usually a non-combat service: a cook, a janitor, a builder.
Flattening in children treatment of
Infants have imaginary flat feet due to subcutaneous fat in the foot. When the baby begins to walk, the muscles develop and the foot eventually assumes the correct outlines. Only by the age of three does the formation of the foot end. It is very important that the baby at the time wear the right shoes: with a rounded toe, firm back, on the heel to 1cm, inside is desirable insole insoles, which helps to form the arch of the foot. Categorically, you can not walk barefoot on a firm, level surface.
If the developmental defects of the foot are observed during the intrauterine development, the baby may have a congenital flat foot.
Children can also develop acquired flat feet. Its causes:
The most common static flat feet. 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 limbs, 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 for 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 connection with this, 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.
Longitudinal flat feet 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 degrees, 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 draftee 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 falling within the category of 1 degree, then such a young man is subject to conscription.
With such a flat-footed army?
Health requirements. ..
Paragraph 68:. .. persons who suffer: "Flat foot and other deformities of the foot":
1. With significant disruption of functions, are not fit for military service.
2. With moderate disruption of functions - limited to military service.
3. With a minor disruption of functions - is limited to military service.
4. In the presence of objective data without disruption of functions - it is suitable for military service with insignificant restrictions.
Paragraph1. In the section "Explanations to the application of the article of the disease schedule" we read: "To the item 1- belong the horse, heel, varus, hollow feet and other irreversible sharply expressed curvatures of feet, in which it is impossible to use footwear of the established military model."
That is LITERALLY EXPRESSING- if you can not shove your leg into kirzachi, then it's free.
Item 2. "Paragraph 2 include flat III degree with the first finger abductor contracture, exostoses( bony growths - auth.) Bones of the foot and diverting it outwardly, in the presence of arthrosis talo-navicular articulation. .., absence, or reduction of immobilityall fingers at the level of the main phalanges on both feet. ..; fractures of the tubular bones of the foot in the case of long( more than 3 months) treatment, in the presence of concomitant pathological changes( flat feet 1-11 degrees, arthrosis of small joints of the foot, etc.).
That is - if you have the hardest form of flatfoot, the joints have changed and painful or there were earlier fractures that led to posttraumatic flatfoot - you can serve, but with limitations.
Item 3. It includes: "Moderate deformation with little pain and impaired statics for which can be adapted for wearing shoes mounted military pattern; flat in the absence of III degree exostoses and curvatures of the foot, absence, or reduction of immobility or first two fingerson one foot, all fingers at the level of middle phalanges on both feet, flat-foot II degree with deforming arthrosis of the II stage in the talon-navicular joint. "
further described in great detail the condition of the foot, its deformity, swelling, states that "pain( after a long stay on the legs of slabotrenirovannyh and physically underdeveloped) worse in the evening and weakened after the holidays. .. The gait is clumsy, toes apart. Maybebe limited the amount of motion in all joints of the feet. "And again the conclusion is "limited-fit".
Item 4 - fit for military service with minor restrictions "... refers flat II arthrosis deformans degree with stage I talo-navicular articulation arthrosis deformans talo-boat-shaped articulations I stage or initial stage phenomena of arthrosis. ..."
==Here also find out what point belongs to you. According to your information in question seems, paragraph 3
long been spit on flat feet, so do not worry take
with deformations do not take for granted, but if a particular commissar would shortfall will choose from a wretch godnikov..
chop off a year in the army) do not experience a year fly quickly in the army's okay no) except bullying she was, is and will be)
Bro go into the army - the army of a good school.
Recognize fit - take all your references, a copy of the PC solution - and go to court.
at what degree of flatfoot do not take in the army?
FLAT-STAGE - 2nd degree, if there is deformation or defects of arthrosis 2st in the middle of the foot, the presence of other than objective factors, the presence of pain in the joints, the degree of violation of the function of the feet( at the worst leg), etc. is assessed.
Limits of longitudinal flatfoot 2st.- the angle of the longitudinal inner vault is 141-155 degrees, the height of the vault is 24-17cm. According to Art.68, para. C, can not be summoned.
If the angle of the roof is 156 degrees or more, and the height of the vault is less than 17 cm, then this is a flat foot of the third degree - especially not subject to conscription.
You in your question did not specify the height of the arch and there is no complete description of radiographic photographs of 2 stops. Therefore, it is not possible to specify exactly what degree of flatfoot and on what leg is not possible. The conclusion is given on the worst leg.
According to Art.68 "b" or art.68 "in the" sickness schedule, you are limited to military service, category B. Validation and approval of the decision in the higher draft commission, you will be issued a military ticket.
in my opinion at 2-3, I do not exactly know
This is when you will pass medical examination doctors decide whether or not they will write in a military ticket to you. ..
Now they take everything,serve no one. ... We have a guy with a large scoliosis taken, but even with a scanty did not take. ... the truth in 20 years, only taken. ... and all 2 years for Moscow hospitals at their own expense skated! !
urgently run to the lawyers, you on anyone will try to throw and put in the army.
At the 2nd degree with arthrosis no longer call. If without arthrosis, then they will call. And to fight for your rights always makes sense. Maybe it will burn out. There is always a lot of disagreement on the flat feet. As they say, how many doctors, so many opinions. Each doctor pictures in his own way.
You can read all about that with what flat-footed plows are not enlisted in the army in article 68 of the Schedule of Diseases. There are also degrees.
see article 68 - http: //gvka.ru/zakon/rasp/rasp13/