Two Axes Midtarsal Joint Model

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Originally most clearly elucidated by Root et al, but not supported by evidence.

The two axis midtarsal joint model is a theory of convenience in that it can be used to explain clinical observations and help understand foot biomechanics. The MTJ moves in a much more complex way that explained by this hypothetical model.

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