Everted Forefoot / Forefoot Evertus

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Everted Forefoot

When the subtalar joint is maintained in its defined neutral position, the forefoot should be perpendicular to a bisection of the posterior aspect of the calcaneus. If the forefoot is everted relative to the rearfoot, then a forefoot valgus or plantarflexed first ray is considered as being present. They will both function very differently depending on the range of motion of the midtarsal joints.

See: Forefoot Valgus | Plantarflexed First Ray

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