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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by ckairuthi54, Nov 27, 2009.

  1. ckairuthi54

    ckairuthi54 Welcome New Poster


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    I am a 3rd year podiatry student at the University of East London. I would appreciate very much if someone out there would help with clarified a few of these areas. i am doing thius on behalf of my friend.

    1) how do you define excessive pronation

    2) clarify calcaneocuboid locking mechanism

    I would like to thank all of you in advance.

    Kind regards
     
  2. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    ckairuthie54 welcome to Pod Arena. Does this mean you are a Pod as well? I notice you have been a memeber for 12 months so good that you have posted.

    If you go to Table of contents and Search you will be able to find a wealth of inofrmation there,
    or you could post the thread in the Biomechanics forum

    Cheers
     
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