Ten individuals with unilateral patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) were recruited for the study.
The control group was made up of ten healthy individuals.
A Comfort-Support Assessment Tool was used to specify overall orthotic comfort and cushioning (forefoot, arch and heel) along with support (arch and heel).
Two kinds of orthoses were provided to the participants: contoured and flat inserts.
Each participant was asked to walk 100m to break in the foot orthoses before testing.
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