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?recomendais contrafuerte rigido en el calzado infantil?

Discussion in 'Español' started by perez, Jun 22, 2016.

  1. perez

    perez Welcome New Poster


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    Buenos d?as compa?eros,
    me gustar?a abrir debate sobre la recomendaci?n tan extendida que hay sobre ponerles a los ni?os calzado con contrafuerte r?gido y abotinado. Pediatras, traumat?logos, fisios incluso pod?logos, la gran mayor?a de las ocasiones, recomiendan "sujetar el tobillo" con un calzado abotinado o "sujetar el tal?n" con un contrafuerte r?gido para evitar que se desv?a. Las veces que he preguntado Por Qu?, no he obtenido respuesta. Me gustar?a saber si alguien tiene art?culos cient?ficos que avalen el uso de este tipo de calzado o que demuestren que un contrafuerte r?gido es beneficioso, ya que yo, cuanto m?s leo, m?s convencida estoy de lo contrario.
     

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