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Disfunción tibial posterior y heel rise test

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by 2222, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. 2222

    2222 Welcome New Poster


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    Hola a todos, soy estudiante de Podología y me gustaría saber vuestra opinión acerca de este tema.
    Utilizamos el Heel Rise Test entre otras cosas, para ver si el TP actúa correctamente y el paciente es capaz de varizar el calcáneo y ponerse de puntillas.
    Algunos autores consideran que en vez de realizar uno o dos veces este test, habría que realizarlo 10 veces, para no enmascarar falsos positivos.

    ¿Cuál es vuestra opinión?, teneis alguna bibliografía?

    gracias.

    Un saludo.
     
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