Arches

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Arches
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Longitudinal arch is an engineering myth - not possible. http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Arches-foot-are-not-suitable-3834015.S.5945736744384151557 Preoccupation with height of arch – (navicular drift/drop) Changes in arch height in different foot types Arch supports may have worked Engineering analogy Tripod model – weight is primarily borne by metatarsal heads 1 & 5 and the calcaneus . A collapse of the anterior metatarsal arch has been considered as being related to pathology. Anterior metatarsal arch in which metatarsal heads 2 to 4 are thought to be elevated has been clearly shown not to exist, especially with the use of modern plantar pressure measuring <strong>Related Topics</strong>: <a href="https://podiapaedia.org/wiki/biomechanics/clinical-biomechanics/concepts/arches/">Arches</a> | <a href="https://podiapaedia.org/wiki/biomechanics/clinical-biomechanics/concepts/windlass-mechanism/">Windlass Mechanism</a> | <a href="https://podiapaedia.org/wiki/biomechanics/clinical-biomechanics/concepts/overpronation/overpronation-and-muscle-strength/">Overpronation and Muscle Strength</a> | <a href="https://podiapaedia.org/wiki/biomechanics/clinical-biomechanics/concepts/autosupport-mechanisms-in-the-foot/">Autosupport Mechanisms in the Foot</a> | <a href="https://podiapaedia.org/wiki/biomechanics/clinical-biomechanics/concepts/overpronation/overpronation-and-muscle-strength/">Overpronation and Muscle Strength</a> | <a href="https://podiapaedia.org/wiki/physical-therapies/exercise-therapy/muscle-strength-therapy/foot-strengthening-exercises/">Foot strengthening exercises</a> | <a href="https://podiapaedia.org/wiki/biomechanics/clinical-biomechanics/concepts/foot-core/">Foot Core</a>
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