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Orthotics - February 26, 2012 8:05:38 PM   


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I have an adult patient who has equinus varus spasticity (amongst other things) secondary to cervical myelopathy. (Patient had Cervical Decompression and fusion in 2010.)

I need suggestions on which type of orthosis will help.
The patient recently rec'd Botox injections which has helped somewhat. However when the patient assumes standing and ambulates- it is difficult to control inversion of the ankle and forefoot.

Thanks for your input!
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RE: Orthotics - July 15, 2016 1:56:21 AM   


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I think ankle foot orthotic shoes will be helpful to some extent.

(in reply to SC, PT)
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