What have we been saying all along ?………. everyone’s foot morphology is different…… no one just fits into the old pronator or supinator foot types. There is so much more to it.
From the brief newsreel……
“Ms Baxter’s PhD supervisor, Associate Professor Stephan Milosavljevic, of Otago’s School of Physiotherapy, says the study highlights that everyone’s foot morphology is different.
Previous studies have shown that Pacific Island and Maori people tend to have flatter, wider feet that are better designed for dexterity while bare-foot.
“So the ‘one-size-fits-all’ philosophy does not necessarily work because everybody’s feet are different, and this has implications for learning how best to protect against injuries down the line,” he says.”