Forefoot Varus

by Admin on March 16, 2012

Forefoot varus is a condition of the foot in which the inside or medial side of the foot is off the ground when the rearfoot is in it neutral or vertical position. This means that the foot has to pronate or roll inwards at the rearfoot to get the foot flat on the ground. It is thought that forefoot varus is the cause of a number of foot and leg, as well as postural problems.

Resources:
Forefoot varus | Forefoot Varus / Invertus / Supinatus | Posting for forefoot varus | Is Forefoot Varus Posting Bad? | Effects of Forefoot Varus Posting

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