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Contributions of Plantar Fascia and Plantar Ligaments to Longitudinal Arch Stiffness

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Kevin Kirby, Oct 17, 2016.


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    I just produced a video of a wooden foot model that I constructed for a PFOLA seminar from many years ago. The wooden foot model helps demonstrate how the plantar fascia and plantar ligaments work together to increase the stiffness of the longitudinal arch and of each individual metatarsal ray.

     
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