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    Re: Pes cavus

    Hi Zibra,

    What is the reason for the pes cavus? Is is postural or is it structural?
    How old is your patient?
    Why do you think you need to exercise?
    What did you find in your tests and what are your treatment goals?

    If we know this first, answering will be easier.

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    Esther


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    Re: Pes cavus

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