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Posted by: BX | 2011-02-15

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Hi. Recently consulted with a physio. He suggested that I purchase antipronation shoes. Before consultation the research I did mentioned overpronation shoes...are these concepts one of the same?

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Hallo BX
Over pronation means that your foot is turning too much to the inside and you may have flat feet. Anti-pronation shoes will correct the over pronation. See http://www.drfoot.co.uk/pronation.htm
Dr Bets

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2011-02-15

Hallo BX
Over pronation means that your foot is turning too much to the inside and you may have flat feet. Anti-pronation shoes will correct the over pronation. See http://www.drfoot.co.uk/pronation.htm
Dr Bets

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