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Metatarsal Bar

Metatarsal Bar

A piece of Poron, usually 3mm thickness, added to the distal edge of the orthosis shell and covers the distal 15% of the orthotic shell. It is designed to transfer force off of the metatarsal heads and onto the metatarsal necks and shafts.

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