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Effects of medially wedged insoles on the biomechanics of the lower limbs of runners

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Sep 28, 2019.

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    Effects of medially wedged insoles on the biomechanics of the lower limbs of runners with excessive foot pronation and foot varus alignment
    Uiara M.BragaaLuciana D.MendonçaaRodrigo O.MascarenhasaCarolina O.A.AlvesbRenato G.T.FilhoaRenan
    Gait & Posture; Volume 74, October 2019, Pages 242-249
     
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    "Insole reduced hip adduction and increased knee frontal plane motion in running."

    Can reduce force, only more it.
     
  3. Dr Rich Blake

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    This is equivalent to my 35 degree inverted orthotic which of course should give equal results, but be more scientific and custom made. The intrinsic problem with these studies are that everyone got the same amount of correction, but probably some need more and some less. Also, when you carry the wedge too far forward and block first ray plantarflexion, you are definitely going to negatively affect a lot of these athletics. This being said, I still applaud the researchers. Rich Blake
     
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