Can A Reverse Morton’s Extension Be Beneficial For Treating Functional Hallux Limitus?

Functional hallux limitus is a loss of metatarsophalangeal joint (MPJ) extension during the second half of the single support phase when the weightbearing foot is in maximal dorsiflexion. Functionally, it constitutes a sagittal plane blockade during gait.

Functional hallux limitus is a loss of metatarsophalangeal joint (MPJ) extension during the second half of the single support phase when the weightbearing foot is in maximal dorsiflexion. Functionally, it constitutes a sagittal plane blockade during gait.

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Can A Reverse Morton’s Extension Be Beneficial For Treating Functional Hallux Limitus?