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What is forefoot varus? Does it cause flat feet?

What is forefoot varus? Does it cause flat feet?

DEPENDS: This is more complicated than what can be said in 400 words. There is uncompensated and compensated FF varus. If you have the latter, it can cause flat feet. Your podiatrist has to do a biomechanical exam. ...Read more

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What is forefoot varus and how does it relate to flat foot?

What is forefoot varus and how does it relate to flat foot?

Read below: Forefoot varus is where the front half of the foot will be turned or rotated in a position where you big toe side of the foot is angled higher than the baby toe side of the foot. This is a natural compensation when the back half of the foot is rolling inward or flattening, that will cause the front part of the foot to roll outward. ...Read more

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Hi doctors, was just wondering what is forefoot varus and does it cause flat feet ?

Hi doctors, was just wondering what is forefoot varus and does it cause flat feet ?

Yes: A high forefoot varies is a forefoot to rear foot structural and/or biomechanical relationship. This can certainly lead to flatfeet. Flatfeet can lead to big problems, address it early. ...Read more

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What happens if you put a runner with r unilateral forefoot varus, bilateral positive crossover sign(hips), and l hip dysplasia in stability shoes?

What happens if you put a runner with  r unilateral forefoot varus, bilateral positive crossover sign(hips), and l hip dysplasia in stability shoes?

Depends: Depends if there was pain or bio mechanical abnormalities addresses and unaddressed by those shoes. Could result in increased pain if not appropriate foot wear or instability if there are unaddressed issues. Good luck i hope this helped! ...Read more

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In August I was diagnosed w/ rear foot varus, hyper mobile forefoot, and a fractured fibular sesamoid. What can I do to speed up the recovery process?

In August I was diagnosed w/ rear foot varus, hyper mobile forefoot, and a fractured fibular sesamoid. What can I do to speed up the recovery process?

See a specialist: The examination of these problems requires specialty examination. If you are under the care of one now, ask for recommendations for healing. Follow those guidelines made. Otherwise, see a board certified foot and ankle surgeon (Podiatric or Orthopedic F&A). ...Read more

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