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for foot supination

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by nati, Nov 17, 2013.

  1. nati

    nati Welcome New Poster


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    hellow im nati, physical therapist from israel
    i have aclient wich present more rear foot pronation during standing comper to walking ( 8 vs 12 dig), and present excessive forfoot supination ( in walking)/
    how would you deel with the forfoot supination with the orthothics
     
  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    Depends what you mean by "forefoot supination" .. there are lots of terminolgy differences that can affect the understanding of that. You may need to explain that some more so we are on the same page.
     
  3. And where the pain is ?
     
  4. nati

    nati Welcome New Poster

    although the clinte walks with rearfoot excessive pronation, he is walking through the 4,5 metatarsus, barely stepping on the first one.
    the supination is more active and appears stronger while walking .
     
  5. Does he have a Hallux limitus or rigidus? Sometimes a forefoot supination moment occurs when the patient tries to avoid a painful first met.
     
  6. nati

    nati Welcome New Poster

    no hallox limitus and no pain in the foot, just that is legs become tired and sore
     
  7. You have to know where and what is tired and sore?

    Otherwise how do you know where to more stress from and to?
     
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