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forefoot pressure reduction in the rheumatoid arthritis patient
I'm in my last year of studying podiatry. My final paper is supposed to be about forefoot pressure reduction in the rheumatoid arthritis patient. I want to compare de 3-d insole (CAD CAM) en the Lavigne type of insole. (Perhaps a third type of insole also, but there are loads of articles available, so these are not a problem)
About Lavigne I can't find any article. This is the type of insole most used in the Netherlands by podiatrists.
Does anyone have ideas how I can find articles about these insoles?