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[26] We propose that insoles with medial longitudinal arch and transverse arch supports affect the gait cycle, and ankle joint plantar flexion degree can be reduced with proprioceptive stimulation from under the foot by applying the insole.
Biomechanical consequences of plantar fascial release or rupture during gait: part I Disruptions in longitudinal arch conformation.
The effect of exercise and time on the height and width of the medial longitudinal arch following the modified reverse-6 and the modified augmented low-dye taping procedures.
One marker was placed on the navicular bone of the right foot, indicating the medial longitudinal arch (Fig.
Different procedures are used to diagnose flat feet: physical examinations (mainly of the medial longitudinal arch and heel angle), photography, footprints, gait analysis/plantar pressures and pedobarograph measurements (2).
Kim, "The effects of short foot exercises and arch support insoles on improvement in the medial longitudinal arch and dynamic balance of flexible flatfoot patients," Journal of Physical Therapy Science, vol.
The issue of the impact of the degree of intellectual disability on the longitudinal arch of the foot in 80 residents of Special Leeds Education Center in Tarnow (Poland) was described by Jankowicz-Szymanska et al.
The relationship between the height of the medial longitudinal arch (MLA) and the ankle and knee injuries in professional runners.
Positive correlations were found between body mass index and foot length, metatarsal width, heel width, medial longitudinal arch contact width and halluxvalgus angle; between ballet starting age and metatarsal width, heel width; between duration of training and foot length, metatarsal width and hallux valgus angle (p?0.05 each).
APFOs are purported to function by applying an inversion moment at the rearfoot, reducing calcaneal eversion, and reducing dorsiflexion of the joints forming the medial longitudinal arch of the foot [3].
By using FPI-6 scaling on congruency of individuals' medial longitudinal arch of foot via observing the arch in standing position and equal weight cast on both feet, were scored.
We also conducted walking experiments by using WABIAN-2R mounted on a human-like foot mechanism with the medial longitudinal arch as shown in Figure 2.

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