relaxed calcaneal stance

relaxed calcaneal stance

normal relationship of the weight-bearing foot and lower limb to the ground surface when the subject stands erect but not 'at attention', i.e. heels approximately 10cm apart, feet abducted approximately 15° from the sagittal plane and calcanei slightly everted
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Redmond (2009) supplemented the FPI with Rose's ValgusIndex (Rose 1985) (19) and a relaxed calcaneal stance position of >5 degrees valgus.
A pool of two hundred and forty volunteers were screened using relaxed calcaneal stance position and navicular drop measurement to identify bilateral pes planus, and twenty-eight subjects met all of the inclusion criteria and were randomised into two groups.
The application of exclusion criteria, including assessment of foot posture using relaxed calcaneal stance position and navicular drop, and a range of factors related to general health, reduced this pool to twenty-eight subjects.