pronation distortion syndrome

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characteristics

1 excessive foot pronation (flat feet)
2 knee flexion, IR & valgus(knock kneed) during functional move.
3 incr. foot pronaion & knee collapse during squatting, lunges, step ups
4 heels come up off floor during squatting move.

short ms

peroneals
gastrocs
soleus
it band
hammies
adductors
iliospoas

lengthend ms

post. & ant. tib.
flexor digitorum longus
flexor hallicus longus
vastus medialis
glute med. & max.

joint dysfunction

1st mtp joint
sub talar
talo crural\
proximal tibio-fibular
sacroiliac
lumbar facets

movement dysfunctions

running, jumping, dynamic stabilization
of foot/ankle dynamic deceler.

peroneals

pos. tib., flexor digitorum longus & flexor hallicus longus

gastrocs

ant. tib.

soleus

post. tib

it band & hammies

vastus med.

adductors

glute med.

iliopsoas

glute max

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