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Frame Materials

Polypropylene

Subortholene

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Modifications

Posting

Forefoot Extensions

Pads & Cushions

Frame Modifications

Resources

Orthoses Reaction Force Guide

Impressions & Fabrications

Covering Materials

Rigidity Guide

Frame Materials

Polypropylene

Subortholene

Carbon

EVA

Modifications

Posting

Forefoot Extensions

Pads & Cushions

Frame Modifications

Resources

Orthoses Reaction Force Guide

Impressions & Fabrications

Covering Materials

Rigidity Guide

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Proximal Post Grind Off

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Proximal Post Grind Off

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Proximal Post Grind Off

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About:
A proximal post grind off reduces the lever angle from the proximal, plantar calcaneus to the axis of the ankle joint. Reduction in this lever length reduces the force required by the anterior tibialis to decelerate plantar flexion following heel strike. This modification is essential for patients who are experiencing shin splints.

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About:
A proximal post grind off reduces the lever angle from the proximal, plantar calcaneus to the axis of the ankle joint. Reduction in this lever length reduces the force required by the anterior tibialis to decelerate plantar flexion following heel strike. This modification is essential for patients who are experiencing shin splints.

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About:
A proximal post grind off reduces the lever angle from the proximal, plantar calcaneus to the axis of the ankle joint. Reduction in this lever length reduces the force required by the anterior tibialis to decelerate plantar flexion following heel strike. This modification is essential for patients who are experiencing shin splints.

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