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Old 11th August 2009, 01:14 PM
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Default Re: Success Rates of Orthotic Therapy

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There is probably a funky experiment using an F scan

I doubt it, but that's another story due to be told.
Or kinetic or kinematic measurement tool of dealers choice
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I work closely with some friends of mine who are personnel trainers and employ a method from the states founded by a gent called Gary Gray.

He works on the methodology and has shown good success with it that the area of dysfunction is antagonised with a specific set of exercises for each body segment and looking for the planal dominace and in somecases is using techniques that we would deam as contrary to our clinical aim with an orthotic.
That may tie into similar grounds as to what you were mentioning
Are we talking proximal stuff here? Do you have any links for bedtime reading?

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Robert
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