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Dynamic splinting for painful hallux problems

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Jul 17, 2008.

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    This clinical trial has just been registered:
    Hallux Limitus Treated With Dynamic Splinting: A Randomized, Controlled Trial
    This is the splint from Dynasplint:
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  4. Adrian Misseri

    Adrian Misseri Active Member

    I've always found that if a good pair of orthoses can't relieve symptoms, then just send hallux limitus to surgery. Chevron ostoetomy or a chilectomy have been demonstrated in the literatre to work quite well :)
     
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