Do you have:
- plantar fasciitis
- heel spurs
- Tailor’s bunions
- Morton’s neuromas
- foot pain
- ankle pain
- chronic ankle sprains
- Do your feet just hurt, or do you have burning pain?
Foot diagnoses such as these are often linked to poor foot and lower leg function. Like other areas of the body, foot pain has its roots in movement dysfunctions. But how can the foot be moving wrong? It turns out that how we step on our foot has a big impact on how the foot works. And there is a lot we can do to change this.
First you must understand what is wrong. There are a few problems contributing to chronic foot and ankle pain including walking/standing patterns, the shape of the feet, the shape of the thigh bone, and foot strength. Fixing chronic foot pain usually means you must address more than one of these factors.
Contact me if you have stubborn foot or ankle issues and we’ll see how your foot and leg function is contributing to your pain. Currently I am writing the last book in the Fixing You series, Fixing You: Foot & Ankle Pain, and so it is not available at this time. Also please check out my free articles. If you live too far away, I can also help you via Skype.