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The basic ankle and foot motions are: 1 ) Ankle Motion Dorsiflexion Plantar
flexion 2) Subtalar Motion Inversion Eversion 3) Midtarsal Motion Forefoot
adduction Forefoot abduction 4) Toe Motion Flexion Extension Note that the
patient may be ...
Fig. 74. Forefoot adduction test. FOREFOOT ADDUCTION-20° FOREFOOT
ABDUCTION-IO° The motions of forefoot adduction and abduction take place
primarily at the midtarsal joint (the talonavicular and calcaneocuboid joints). To
test these ...
FOREFOOT ADDUCTION CORRECTION TEST. Forefoot adduction in children
may or may not need correction (Fig. 93). If you can manually correct the
adduction and abduct the forefoot beyond the neutral position, no treatment will
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