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Table 1 Mean (+/- SD) values for peak plantar pressure (measured in kilopascals).

From: Effects of low-dye taping on plantar pressure pre and post exercise: an exploratory study

  Un-taped Baseline-Taped PES 1 PES 2
MF 199.83 (+/- 47.96) 218.67 (+/- 71.24) 258.08 (+/- 98.56) 254.42 (+/- 90.98)
LF 193.17 (+/- 52.40) 167.83 (+/- 43.85) 193.58 (+/- 68.21) 206.67 (+/- 65.68)
MM 50.25 (+/- 13.43) 43.08 (+/- 15.96) 46.58 (+/- 16.26) 46.58 (+/- 24.99)
LM 72.58 (+/- 23.80) 83.08 (+/- 23.99) 81.67 (+/- 25.85) 84.25 (+/- 34.23)
MR 162.17 (+/- 32.65) 141.92 (+/- 27.34) 152.25 (+/- 19.52) 163.42 (+/- 23.80)
LR 144.33 (+/- 25.50) 131.92 (+/- 27.49) 139.25 (+/- 31.89) 151.42 (+/- 26.09)
  1. Shown are the mean peak plantar pressure values for each of the four testing conditions for each region of the foot; medial forefoot (MF), lateral forefoot (LF), medial midfoot (MM), lateral midfoot (LM), medial rearfoot (MR) and lateral rearfoot (LR).