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Foot/Toes Special Tests

Special TestTests for...Positive (+) Test
Glides/Stress instability/laxity increased laxity
Tarsal Glides instability/laxity between tarsal bones (blank)
Compression (toes) fracture pain, crepitus, possible false joint
Pencil neuroma radiating pain, numbness, parasthesia
Feiss Line foot pronation navicular drops .75" or more the distance to the floor
Supple Pes Planus supple arch (disappears with WB) or rigid arch (no arch present with NWB) longitudinal arch disappears with WB
Navicular Drop foot pronation navicular drops more than 10mm
Created by: tmsavage