Midfoot: Raise Medial Arch

Raise medial longitudinal arch

Increases medial orthotic frame height

Clinical Indication:
Pronation correction
Inadequate clinical foot impression

Raising the medial arch is when a frame’s medial longitudinal arch is elevated superiorly within the foot model.

Note: This procedure is done in the modeling process. A positive model will have material removed to achieve a new, higher medial arch height.

When patients possess a flexible midfoot (excellent midfoot joint excursions), this is a fantastic method for increasing orthotic reaction forces on the medial longitudinal arch.

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