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1. A simple model embracing both the hind and forefoot is described.

2. From this model the expected results of various methods of correcting the pronated foot can be deduced, and these were confirmed by human experiment.

3. It is indicated that a permanent correction requires a biological modification of foot posture achieved by mechanical means.

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