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The Effect of a Balanced Foot Orthosis on Muscle Function...

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Simon Spooner, Nov 17, 2008.


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    I found this reference: Sims D. The Effect of a Balanced Foot Orthosis on Muscle Function and Foot Pronation in Compensated Forefoot Varus. Iowa City, Iowa: The University of Iowa; 1983. Master's thesis

    Sounds interesting, does anyone know the author or have access to this thesis / abstract?

    I found the reference within this paper here:
    http://www.physicaltherapyjournal.org/cgi/reprint/74/2/149.pdf
     
  2. DaVinci

    DaVinci Well-Known Member

    Sorry Simon, can't help you, but shouldn't the title of the thesis have been: The Effect of a Balanced Foot Orthosis on Muscle Function and Foot Pronation in an inverted forefoot that could have been a forefoot varus or forefoot supinatus and I could not tell the difference so I used a forefoot varus post in them all
     
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