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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

The orthosis designed to treat tarsal tunnel syndrome decreases heel eversion, prevents medial arch collapse, and encourages mild ankle plantarflexion. This approach results in decreased tibial nerve traction and is based on the current medical literature.

The Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome device has a vacuum-formed polypropylene shell with the following prescription:

  • Heel cup – 18mm
  • Width – wide
  • Cast fill – minimum
  • Medial heel skive – 4mm
  • Inversion – 2°
  • Rearfoot post material – firm EVA
  • Rearfoot post motion – 0/0
  • Topcover – black EVA to toes
  • Heel lift – 3mm

Learn more about Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome here

Watch this in-depth Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Lecture by Larry Huppin, DPM

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