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Conservative Treatment of Posterior Tibial Dysfunction

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Kevin Kirby, Oct 19, 2014.


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    For those who may have never seen this article before, I wrote a paper titled "Conservative Treatment of Posterior Tibial Dysfunction" over 14 years ago for the September 2000 issue of Podiatry Management Magazine (attached below). Reading this article again, now 14 years later, I believe that the concepts are still quite current and should be well understood by any clinician that treats patients with posterior tibial tendon dysfunction.
     
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    An Ankle Foot Orthosis With a Lateral Extension Reduces Forefoot Abduction in Subjects With Stage II Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
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    Orthotics versus manual therapy in treating patients with posterior tibial tendon dysfunction
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