Hallux Distraction Test

We have static tests such as the Supination Resistance Test and Jack’s test and I just wanted to share a test that I used. I am sure this is not a new test but I always called it the Hallux Distraction Test (HDT) since the 1980s. The HDT determines the degree of passive reducibility due to the degree of flexibility/stiffness in the transverse plane between the first and second metatarsal heads.

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Hallux Distraction Test

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