Archive for March, 2007

Introduction and Purpose

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

The purpose of this Blog is to provide information concerning the effects of leg length deficiency and bone abnormalities on the biomechanics of the human body. There is a wealth of information concerning this subject, and it is my hope to bring that information out of the deep recesses of where it exists. We will […]

Evaluating and Treating Leg Length Discrepancy

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

An interesting article in Podiatry Management in September of 2006; a CME module, entitled “Evaluating and Treating Leg Length Discrepancy“.
Dr. Caselli makes several good points concerning structural limb length discrepancy and how to evaluate it, but there are a few points in which I would like to comment further.
He states that structural limb length discrepancy […]

Design of Cork and Injection Molded Heel Lifts

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

With this blog just beginning, I feel it might be important for the readers to get a better understanding of why our heel lifts are designed the way they are.
Thirty years ago when we started manufacturing our own injection molded heel lifts, we knew that about 25% of the height of the lift was lost […]