DOI: 10.19080/oroaj.2020.17.555953
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Abstract: Orthotics and custom-made insoles have been used for decades for both professional and recreational athletes but are not always associated with a desirable outcome. In fact, more often than expected, they are associated with worsening of pain and ailments in the back and pelvis area. Our goal is to explain why some orthotics fail to tackle unevenly distributed weight-and load-bearing and to introduce a new measurement method that could help all healthcare professionals to identify, classify and finally treat t… Show more

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