Medializing the Center of Pressure to Offload the Knee and Decelerate Osteoarthritis: Fact or Fiction

Introduction Gait modification, a well-accepted non-surgical strategy for management of knee osteoarthritis, attempts to decelerate osteoarthritis progression by offloading the knee joint. To achieve this, modified gait patterns which reduce the knee adduction moment (KAM), a validated surrogate of load distribution across medial and lateral knee compartment, are frequently attempted. Medializing foot center of pressure […]