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pronator

 [pro-na´tor]
a muscle that pronates.

pro·na·tor

(prō-nā'tŏr, tōr), [TA]
A muscle that turns a part into the prone position. See: muscle.
[L.]

pronator

(prō′nā′tər)
n.
A muscle that effects or assists in pronation.

pro·na·tor

(prō-nā'tōr) [TA]
A muscle that turns a part into the prone position.
See also: muscle
[L.]

pronator

muscle causing pronation, or moving a part into a prone position

pronator

a muscle that pronates an extremity.
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Some angle here is natural; a normal pronator has an angle that allows for about a 15% inward roll of the foot from back to front from heelstrike to toe-off.
The modified Ashworth scale scores for individual joints were grouped into a proximal score (maximum [max] = 15: shoulder internal rotators, elbow extensors, elbow flexors), and a distal score (max = 30: pronators, supinators, wrist flexors, wrist extensors, digit flexors, digit extensors).
With most pronators, every time the foot strikes the ground the arch crushes the medial aspect (inside) of the midsole, as the foot excessively rolls inward during the stance phase.
Begin stretching of the flexor pronator mass and strengthening of the forearm muscles.