Seattle foot


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Seattle Foot

[sē·at′əl]
a trademark for a stored-energy foot prosthesis that contains a plastic rod called a keel, which extends from the toe to the heel, where it turns upward toward the ankle. See also keel, stored-energy foot.

Seattle foot

An artificial foot designed to absorb the impact of foot-to-floor contact with a dynamic elastic structure.
See also: foot
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One individual who has benefited from the Seattle Foot says that "I have so much confidence in the foot that I have applied for a job in the postal service, which will require me to be on my feet for extended periods.

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