Heel rise height deficit 6 years after Achilles rupture.

Does it relate to changes in ankle biomechanics at 6 year follow-up?

Rehabilitation post Achilles tendon rupture (ATR) is ever evolving, as research continues to uncover important clinical aspects of recovery that have the ability to influence long term outcomes. The following study revealed the impact both heel rise height and tendon elongation measured 1 year after ATR have on outcomes concerning ankle biomechanics and functional tasks in the long term.


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