Forefoot Valgus

by Admin on May 1, 2012

Forefoot valgus is a biomechanical deviation of the forefoot when it is everted relative to the rearfoot when the subtalar joint is in its neutral position and the midtarsal joint if fully locked. As a result of forefoot valgus, the mid foot must invert to keep the foot flat on the ground. As a consequence, this compensation can result in symptoms.

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Forefoot Valgus
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