Pressure distribution under symptom-free feet during barefoot standing.

@article{Cavanagh1987PressureDU,
  title={Pressure distribution under symptom-free feet during barefoot standing.},
  author={Peter Re Cavanagh and Mary M. Rodgers and Akira Iiboshi},
  journal={Foot & ankle},
  year={1987},
  volume={7 5},
  pages={262-76}
}
The plantar pressure distributions for a large heterogeneous sample of feet (N = 107) were collected during barefoot standing using a capacitance mat. From these data, the function of the foot during standing was characterized. Peak pressures under the heel (139 kPa) were, on average, 2.6 times greater than forefoot pressures (53 kPa). Forefoot peak pressures were usually located under the second or third metatarsal heads. No significant relationship was found between body weight and the… CONTINUE READING

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