Received: 19 April 2018
Accepted: 24 October 2018
First Online: 14 November 2018
: CD is a Canadian certified pedorthist whose motivation behind this research is to validate the Oxford Foot Model in a neutral cushioning shoe since this type of shoe is the most commonly recommended footwear for patients that are fitted with custom foot orthotics. CD and research assistant, MB, would like to conduct future research on the effects of orthotics on foot motion using the OFM in a patient population.
: All procedures received prior approval from the Western University Health Science Research Ethics Board (file #104103). All study volunteers provided informed written consent.
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