The Biomechanics of the Foot - Orthotics

The Biomechanics of the Foot by André Bähler "The human foot is one of nature's works of art and as such, it has not yet been fully recognized and explained. It will require a deal of scientific investigation before this structure is fully understood." These words of the old master of ortho­ paedics, Georg Hohmann, from his book "Fuss


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BIBLIOGRAPH
G Fuss und Bein,
J Praktische Anatomie,
I.A The Physiology of the Joints,
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