Increasing Your Orthotic Productivity

If you are interested in prescribing more orthotics, this article will help you achieve your goal.     The Right Mindset   A good mindset to have is the idea of acquired deformity. If it is present, then to stop its progression the patient will need prescription orthotics. In other words, if a biomechanical imbalance… Continue reading Increasing Your Orthotic Productivity

Treatment for Hallux Abducto Valgus

Biomechanical Treatment for Moderate-to-Severe Hallux Abducto Valgus   Recently we posted an article about various forefoot deformities. Here we focus on moderate to severe hallux abducto valgus, and look at treatment options. As stated in the previous blog, once the deformity has progressed to the stage where bowstringing of the flexor hallucis longus and extensor… Continue reading Treatment for Hallux Abducto Valgus

Biomechanics and the Geriatric Patient

Happy feet at any age

When considering older patients in any context it’s best to not fall into the trap of chronological age. There are many 70 year old individuals who are in better condition than their 40 year old counterparts. Physiological age should be the prime consideration. This is equally true for the geriatric biomechanical patient as for the… Continue reading Biomechanics and the Geriatric Patient