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Default Re: Foot othoses and cycling

Originally Posted by efuller View Post
There is a paradigm in the podiatry profession that believes that position of the STJ is important for midfoot rigidity. Specifically, the theory goes, when the STJ pronates the midfoot becomes a "loose bag of bones." There is no research to back this up.
Didn't this paper show the relationship between subtalar joint position and midfoot mobility? RD Phillips and RL Phillips: Quantitative analysis of the locking position of the midtarsal joint. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc, Vol. 73, Issue 10, 518-522, October 1, 1983
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