Vlog- Everything You Need to Know About the Pain in your Foot – Superior Physical Therapy

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Vlog- Everything You Need to Know About the Pain in your Foot

In this Vlog learn about the pain the foot and where it may be coming from.

Part 1 is an anatomy lesson which describes how the foot is designed and what is was designed to do. This includes descriptions of the Plantar Fascia and the Achilles Tendon and what they are meant to do for our bodies.

Part 2 discusses how the structure of the foot works. It also discusses why the Plantar Fascia and Achilles Tendon tend to experience micro tears when we use this structure.

Part 3 discusses how movement dysfunctions in the ankle and hip play a role in limiting the foots full potential. And what you can do to fix this…

The take away message here is that it’s not always your foot that is causing you pain. It may be other parts of the body playing a major role in that pain. It often includes the ankle and hip and by focusing on those areas we can avoid medications, injections and surgery.

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