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Hallux amputation and balance

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Barbthepod, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. Barbthepod

    Barbthepod Member


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    Hi, I've just moved back to the UK and finding my feet again.

    Could anyone advise of a solution for an Hallux amputee who is finding problems with their balance while walking/standing. Is there a solution to his needs. i.e. orthoses, rockerbottom, bespoke shoes etc... GP's advised that there is nothing further they can do.

    I'm sorry... I no nothing else about this patient, I just received a phone call enquiry, which is of little use really.
    Thanks
    Barbara
     
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