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  • December 2007 | Volume 20 - Issue 12
    Scott Spencer, DPM, does not believe that he must focus on one specific area to create a foot orthotic that will properly serve the patient. He stresses the importance of getting a clear idea of what all the areas of the foot are doing during function, an
    Guest Clinical Editor: Scott Spencer, DPM
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    Q: How do you evaluate a patient for foot orthotic devices? A: All three panelists will perform a gait analysis. Russell Volpe, DPM, begins by assessing what he wants the orthosis to accomplish once he decides a CFO is indicated. If control of motion is needed, he will tailor material selection and many of the plaster modifications and prescription items to help accomplish that goal. If Dr. Volpe’s desired goal is accommodation, soft-tissue supplementation or assistance with motion, he will gear material selection and prescription features toward those goals. He also c ... continue reading