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Current Research Releasers vs Bracers Info 1

Current Research - Releasers vs Bracers







Shoes Bracers vs Releasers

Shoe Wear Patterns - Bracers vs Releasers








Bracing Patterns Info with Pictures Shoes

Shoe wear patterns seen with different tonicity patterns













Current Research Releasers vs Bracers Info 2

Preliminary Data












Cuernavaca Study Banner

Cuernavaca Study




Cortesian Graph Cuernavaca Study

Cartesian Graph


















Current Research Releasers vs Bracers Info 3

Significance of Cartesian Graph














  • The most common bracer (hypertonus patient) seen clinically is a patient having the Primus Metatarsus Supinatus Foot Structure (aka Rothbarts Foot)
  • The most common releaser (hypotonus patient) seen clinically is a patient having the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity



Progression of Forces in a Bracer

Progression of Weight Bearing Forces





Bracer POW















  • Figure Right - progression of weight bearing forces across the foot in a bracer (outside heel to inside forefoot)
  • Figure Left -   progression of weight bearing forces corrected using Proprioceptive Insoles



Progression of Forces in a Releaser



Releaser POW















  • Figure Left -   progression of weight bearing forces across the foot in a releaser (inside heel to inside forefoot)
  • Figure Right - progression of weight bearing forces corrected using Proprioceptive Insoles



Professor/Dr Brian A Rothbart

Director of Research, International Academy RPT

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