Surgical Treatment of Hyperpronation Using an Extraosseous Talotarsal Stabilization Device: Radiographic Outcomes in 70 Adult Patients
The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery, 07/18/2012
Graham ME et al. – This study shows the efficacy of a minimally invasive extraosseous talotarsal stabilization procedure in restoring the normal angular relationships between hindfoot and forefoot osseous structures on weightbearing, in both the transverse and sagittal planes. This indicates stabilization of the talotarsal joint complex and elimination of hyperpronation, which may lead to reduced pain, improved foot functional abilities, and patient satisfaction.