Douglas H Richie, Jr, DPM offers excellent examples from his own cases using AFO bracing. Dr Richie further discusses the application of specific types of braces and key criteria for evaluation of the patient for choosing the appropriate bracing.
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Douglas Richie, Jr, DPM
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Biomechanics
California School of Podiatric Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
Western University of Health Sciences
Past President, American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine
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