Materials: (1) Tape measure
- The patients stand on the leg to be tested, hop, and land on the same limb as far as possible
- The distance hopped, measured at the level of the great toe, is measured and recorded to the nearest centimeter from a standard tape measure that is permanently affixed to the floor.
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