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  • June 2008 | Volume 21 - Issue 6
    A 10-year-old female presented with excessive heel eversion in resting stance as one can see above.
    <p>By Edwin Harris, DPM</p>
    26,760 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    It is unfortunate that the terms pes planus and flatfoot are so ingrained in the medical literature because they concentrate attention on only one component of a very complex deformity. Smith and Ocampo described a classification for pes “pronatus” based on an earlier work by Borelli and Smith that identified the dominant plane of the deformity.1,2 Although it was originally designed for surgical procedure planning, it is equally ideal for non-surgical treatment. Dating back to the 1970s, biomechanical theory of the pronation syndromes concentrated almost... continue reading
    By M. Joel Morse, DPM
    4,958 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08