Sara, yeah, I usually don't look at threads that already have a heap of replies, as I imagine it's all been said already, and I waste too much time on this forum anyway! Re swelling, sorry missed that bit, only skimmed the replies. But after rereading, possibly odema, sprain, strain....
Photo posted w/ description would make me think founder w/ high degree of rotation (poss 20+ deg). Maintain sole depth and remove heel, just not so much as to overload DDFT. Sounds as if your doing fine.
|As for "farriers being bad", that wasn't the statement.I wanted examples of bad things farriers do. Troll hasn't been fed.|
|It was mentioned that the coffin bone should have a flat plane w/ the ground. On average it generally runs from 0-2 deg positive. Try putting a club foot at zero.|
|As for NVA or NPA (depending on your orientation) Hard to determine w/ currant pic's. Only rad's will say for sure.|
|First trim; use sole plane,reduce the bars and heels, roll the toe as much as possible, leave all the sole. Hope he don't need shoes because I'm sure that rad's will show rather thin soles.|
Now signing off to finish getting ready for my course... 'see' you all next week!