The ‘abductory twist’ during gait

The abductory twist during gait is not a condition and not a diagnosis. It is an observation during gait ( specifically at the time of heel off or heel unweighting ) that is reasonably common and can be due to a number of underlying entities. In an abductory twist, there is a rapid abduction of the heel, just as it comes off the ground (this is seen as a medial movement of the heel).

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The ‘abductory twist’ during gait
The abductory twist
What is an abductory twist?
I just learned about the medial heel whip
http://foot-health-forum.com/index.php?threads/biomechanics-of-abductory-twist.1362/
http://www.podiatry-online.net/detail/the-abductory-twist-602.html
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Could someone explain to me the biomechanics of abductory twist?
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