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Cast Corrections

Cast Corrections

Modifications to the mold of the patient’s foot based on the orthotic prescription. These modifications change the shape of the positive mold in order to change the function of the foot once an orthoses is made from this mold. They include arch fill, heel expansions, balance platforms, and lateral expansion.

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