Eric P. Salathe

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BACKGROUND Biomechanical models have been used to study the plantar aponeurosis, medial arch height, subtalar motion, medial displacement calcaneal osteotomy, subtalar arthroereisis and the distribution of forces in the normal and flat foot. The objective was to examine the hypothesis that increased load on the medial arch in the adult flat foot can be(More)
A biomechanical model of the foot is developed and analyzed to determine the distribution of support under the metatarsal heads, the tension in the plantar aponeurosis, and the bending moment at each of the joints of the foot. This model is an extension of our earlier work to include the role of muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Two cases are presented: in(More)
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