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No significant difference in gait found with use of hinged vs solid AFOs for cerebral palsy

24 Mar 2017
HOUSTON — There are no significant differences in gait or gross mobility between hinged and solid ankle-foot orthoses for patients with cerebral palsy who could walk without an assistive device, according to a study presented at the Association of ...

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