Casting Chart

By: Paragon Orthotic  09-12-2011

Note the relative positions of the bones of the foot:
Neutral position of the subtalar joint occurs when it is neither supinated nor pronated. When the foot is pronated, the head of the talus tends to adduct, and protrude medially behind the navicular. When the foot is supinated, the head of the talus tends to protrude laterally. When the head of the talus is not palpable on the lateral or medial side, the subtalar joint is considered to be neutral.

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