Table 2

Comparisons of FHSQ scores in the total group and gender groups

Total group
Mean (SD)
Range (n=1647)
Men
Mean (SD)
Range (n=432)
Women
Mean (SD)
Range (n=1215)
P values Men versus womenCohen’s d Effect size
Foot pain74.61±21.94
(0–100)
79.11±19.51
(0–100)
73.01±22.53
(0–100)
<0.0010.289
Foot function82.19±21.17
(0–100)
85.48±18.45
(0–100)
81.03±21.94
(0–100)
<0.0010.219
Footwear50.75±30.60
(0–100)
58.58±29.31
(0–100)
47.96±30.58
(0–100)
<0.0010.354
General foot health57.35±27.44
(0–100)
64.56±25.76
(0–100)
54.79±27.57
(0–100)
<0.0010.366
Overall health66.63±23.39
(0–100)
66.88±22.31
(0–100)
66.55±23.77
(0–100)
0.800.014
Physical activity82.98±22.09
(0–100)
87.01±18.98
(0–100)
81.55±22.93
(0–100)
<0.0010.259
Social capacity80.22±23.60
(0–100)
81.51±22.72
(0–100)
79.77±23.90
(0–100)
0.180.074
Vigour55.09±21.54
(0–100)
59.90±19.68
(0–100)
53.38±21.92
(0–100)
<0.0010.313
  • In all the analyses, p<0.01 (with a 99% CI) was considered statistically significant.

  • FHSQ, Foot Health Status Questionnaire.