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Is it important to position foot in subtalar jointneutral position during non–weight-bearing molding for foot orthoses?

Winson C. C. Lee, PhD, et al.


Figure 1. Typical foot model with definition of some foot parameters. HEEL = heel contact point, MT1 = first metatarsal contact point, MT5 = fifth metatarsal contact point, NAV = navicular.

A foot orthosis is usually used to treat people with foot problems, which commonly occur in veterans. There are different methods of making a foot orthosis. This article suggests how different factors would affect the quality of a foot orthosis.

Volume 49 Number 3, 2012
   Pages 459 — 466


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This article and any supplementary material should be cited as:
Lee WC, Lee CK, Leung AK, Hutchins SW. Is it important to position foot in subtalar joint neutral position during non–weight-bearing molding for foot orthoses? J Rehabil Res Dev. 2012;49(3):459–66.
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