Forefoot Varus

06.09.2021 - By NPTE Clinical Files | Physical Therapy

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Shaniqua presents with left foot pain along lateral side of the 5th metatarsal. Upon examination, the patient has a 14 degree fixed forefoot varus. During quiet standing, the patient’s rearfoot is noticeably everted. Which of the following interventions is the MOST recommended:   
A. Metatarsal bar  
B. Lateral rearfoot wedge 
C. Medial forefoot wedge  
D. Additional padding along the 5th metatarsal
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