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Outcome studies continue to support Ponseti method

Clubfoot researchers have begun to report long-term data that continue to solidify the superiority of the conservative method over surgical intervention in most cases. But variations to the traditional Ponseti method are arising, particularly in developing countries, and may alter outcomes.

By Larry Hand

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Posted in Pediatric Feature, 2014, August | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Biomodel could help researchers optimize clubfoot brace design

Method includes complex rotations
A surrogate biomodel of a child’s lower extremities, in particular the ability to model movement along multiple axes of rotation, could help improve researchers’ biomechanical understanding of bracing for clubfoot.

By Emily Delzell

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Posted in Pediatric Clinical News, 2012, October | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment