calcaneal eversion

calcaneal eversion

calcaneal frontal-plane motion; part of compensation mechanisms characteristic of compensated rearfoot varus, mobile pes cavus and high calcaneal angle of inclination; resultant rearfoot movement against the inner surface of heel cup imposes shear stresses on central lateral soft tissues of rearfoot, contributing to bursa formation and Haglund's deformity
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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].
According to Botte, hip's inward rotation may cause tension to iliopsoas muscle, and also to capsular ligament of this joint, and finally will cause postural changes in one-side calcaneal eversion, lateral tilt is generated and results in shortness of limbs's functionality.
Effect of foot orthotics on calcaneal eversion during standing and treadmill walking for subjects with abnormal pronation.
According to Botte, hip's inward rotation may cause tension to ihopsoas muscle, and also to capsular ligament of this joint, and finally will cause postural changes in one-side calcaneal eversion, lateral tilt is generated and results in shortness of limbs' s functionality.
In the plantar-flexed ankle, calcaneal eversion is reduced, which is often noted in high-heeled gait [15,53], and foot rollover in the shoe is absent [15]; these later adaptations might prevent the foot from pronating, affecting the foot's natural shock-absorption mechanism.