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Is being able to touch your toes indicative of flexible coronary arteries?
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: No
It is not.

In brief: No
It is not.
Dr. Alan Ettinger
Dr. Alan Ettinger
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry
In brief: Nope
No correlation. (that i know of.).

In brief: Nope
No correlation. (that i know of.).
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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Dr. Ankush Bansal
Internal Medicine
In brief: No
I am not sure what the link between being able to touch your toes has with your coronary circulation.
Being able to touch your toes is more a function of physically being able to bend (i.e., abdominal fat) and flexibility. Further, not sure what "flexible" coronary arteries are. If one faints when touching their toes, that may be a sign of a heart valve problem or carotid blockages.

In brief: No
I am not sure what the link between being able to touch your toes has with your coronary circulation.
Being able to touch your toes is more a function of physically being able to bend (i.e., abdominal fat) and flexibility. Further, not sure what "flexible" coronary arteries are. If one faints when touching their toes, that may be a sign of a heart valve problem or carotid blockages.
Dr. Ankush Bansal
Dr. Ankush Bansal
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