Region-specific foot pain doesn’t always match pressures, forces

  Gait compensation may play role By Emily Delzell The location of foot pain doesn’t always correspond with elevated plantar pressures and abnormal forces, which suggests the availability of region-specific compensatory gait mechanisms may play a role, according to recent research using Framingham Foot Study data.

  Gait compensation may play role By Emily Delzell The location of foot pain doesn’t always correspond with elevated plantar pressures and abnormal forces, which suggests the availability of region-specific compensatory gait mechanisms may play a role, according to recent research using Framingham Foot Study data.

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Region-specific foot pain doesn’t always match pressures, forces