GaitLowerExtremity: Ankle Eversion

Hi there,

I have been modelling some of my gait data with GaitLowerExtremity. In this data set the subject had markers on their toe and heel. I now know this is not sufficient to drive the eversion at the ankle and have therefore added drivers to deal with this.

Unfortunately the model produces extreme muscle overloads. Is this a result of the constraints at the ankles? Are there any strategies I can employ to prevent muscle overloading in this case?

I have attached the model for you to have a look at.

Best regards,

Stephen