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Applications of RepRap distributed production - literature review

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Heel Lifts and ASL[edit]

Howard Vernon and Jean Bureau, “A radiographic study of the incidence of low sacral base and lumbar lateral curvature related to the presence of an apparent short leg,” Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association 27, no. 1 (March 1983): 11-15.

  • Leg length discrepancies in excess of 5mm is prevalent among sufferers of chronic back pain and may

Colin R. Sharpe, “Leg Length Inequality” 29 (February 1983): 332-336.

  • Leg length discrepancies exceeding an inch are considered clinically significant
  • For leg length discrepancies of less than 2mm gait training should occur
  • For leg length discrepancies

Ankle-Foot Orthosis (AFO)[edit]


See Also: Development and feasibility of applications for the RepRap 3-D printer