rearfoot varus

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A condition in which the rear of the foot tends to curve inwards at the ankle due to inversion at the subtalar joint. Those with rearfoot varus tend to be more susceptible to ankle sprains when landing after a jump. They usually need to strengthen evertors to help pull the foot back to its neutral position.

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