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Foot and Ankle

A supple plantigrade foot is the final goal of the orthopaedic treatment of problems and deformities of the foot, since ambulation with or without orthoses is only possible with a plantigrade foot. The foot should also be in such a shape that shoes and appliances are not difficult to fit.

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