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

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Dr. Randy Lisch
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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.

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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.
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