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Foot orthotics in tarsal coalition with post tib problems

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by roisinscallan, Jan 17, 2014.

  1. roisinscallan

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    Interested to hear thoughts on prescription of orthoutcs for tarsal coalition in a young adult male with secondary tib post tendonopathy.
     
  2. Craig Payne

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  4. CraigT

    CraigT Well-Known Member

    Having said that, one of the most significant orthotic considerations is accommodating the usual lack of dorsiflexion via heel raise...
     
  5. Sally Smillie

    Sally Smillie Active Member

    what Craig said
     
  6. drdebrule

    drdebrule Active Member

    Depending on the severity of the deformity an ankle foot orthotic could also be considered.
     
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