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The Foot Posture Index (FPI) is a screening tool used by clinicians to assess if the foot is pronated, neutral or supinated. It is intended to quantify foot position by assigning positive values to pronated attributes and negative values to supinated attributes. Three hindfoot and 3 forefoot attributes are scored. Although the FPI is valid and reliable, individual component scores may skew the composite score. Therefore, there lies a need to investigate the internal consistency of the FPI.
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Pallija, Amanda; Bohman, Brian; Prenger, Paige; Richardson, Emely; and Barrios, Joaquin, "An Item-to-Total Analysis of the Foot Posture Index" (2017). University of Dayton Doctor of Physical Therapy Annual Research Symposium. 29.