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  • #24618

    Crystal Ramsey


    In the ROADMAP, it refers to use of DF stop to address excessive DF or excessive PF. Of course I understand the excessive DF component but would you elaborate on the PF component of the document? Thank you!

  • #24704

    Chrissy Durrough

    Hi Crystal,

    Good question! My best understanding of this part of the algorithm is this: If someone has excessive plantarflexion/knee extension, they likely have knee instability/quad weakness that places them at risk for knee buckling. The dorsiflexion stop provides a guard against potential buckling. Hope this helps!

  • #24908

    Crystal Ramsey

    Thank you! That was my rationale as well!

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