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Standing, one pronated and the other foot supinated, suggests the presence of a mixed (non-smooth) postural distorsional pattern - e.g., a patient having both a PreClincial Clubfoot Deformity (or Rothbarts Foot) and a malocclusion:


Case 1 - Photo below was taken from a patient diagnosed as having both a malocclusion and PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity.

  • Note - the left foot is supinated, the right foot is pronated (weight predominantly on heels)


Photo Mixed Pattern Standing on Glass Box

Mixed Pattern - Foot Position Standing on a Glass Box












Case 2 - Below treadmill photos taken from another patient diagnosed as having both atlas laterality and PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity

Frame 1 at Foot Flat

  • Left Foot pronated
  • Right Foot supinated

Frame 2 at Midstance

  • Both Feet pronated


Treadmill Video Mixed Pattern

Treadmill Analysis of a patient with a mixed postural distorsional pattern





















Professor/Dr Brian A Rothbart

Director of Research, International Academy of RPT

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