Is the persistent ‘foot guard tendon reflex’ the cause of functional hallux limtus?

I first came across this in a blog post proposed by the physical therapist, Sean Gibbons ( (which does not explain it very well). The foot guard tendon reflex : This is a normal reflex (opposite to Babinski): when there is a stimulus from stroking from the plantar first metatarsal… Is the persistent ‘foot guard tendon reflex’ the cause of functional hallux limtus?

I first came across this in a blog post proposed by the physical therapist, Sean Gibbons ( (which does not explain it very well). The foot guard tendon reflex : This is a normal reflex (opposite to Babinski): when there is a stimulus from stroking from the plantar first metatarsal… Is the persistent ‘foot guard tendon reflex’ the cause of functional hallux limtus?

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Is the persistent ‘foot guard tendon reflex’ the cause of functional hallux limtus?