Do You Suffer from Any of The Following?
This is the elastic tendon that helps you get on your "tippy toes." When it's injured you may have pain in the back of your leg.
Injury can be caused by many things. If you're having problems
you should have it checked out.
Activities, even walking can put considerable stress on your lower legs and damage the connective tissue that covers the surface of your tibia and may cause inflammation. You'll feel this pain on the front of your legs.
Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition in which there is an inflammatory process occurring where the plantar fasciitis attaches to the heel. This occurs because of an abnormal force being placed on it.
Small bony growth or collection of bony growths on the back or underside of the heel. Pain and discomfort are the result of inflammation and chronic disruption of the sole ligament. Close to but different from PF.
Possibly The Cause
These and other maladies of the feet could be caused by overpronation. Over a half century of research has shown that almost 99% of the population overpronates. Overpronation means that your foot rolls inward as you move. If you overpronate, the outer edge of your heel hits the ground first, and then your foot rolls inward onto the arch. If you overpronate, you overly flatten your feet. When your arch flattens and stretches, your muscles, tendons, and ligaments are strained and you could be at risk of developing the above injuries.
Dr. Cody Can Help
If your feet don't perform in an optimal manner, various parts of your body can suffer, bringing pain and possible injury. Dr. Cody Mecham can help you by explaining what is going on with your feet, your back, really your whole body. If your challenged in the lower part of your body perhaps a free foot scan with Dr. Cody's new Foot Levelers Kiosk may be a turning point in your life.
For over 70 years, Foot Levelers has been making custom orthotics that are clinically proven to help reduce pain and improve whole body wellness by balancing the body from the ground up. Your feet are your foundation. Structural imbalances in your feet can lead to issues throughout the body. Foot Levelers believe that correcting imbalances in your feet can properly align your spine and pelvis. Foot Levelers Functional orthotics offer more than just short-term symptom relief. They also promote whole-body wellness for your life. Most orthotic companies only support one arch. When only one arch is being supported the problem shifts to another part of your body. Functional orthotics support the three interconnected arches of your foot. Unlike generic, over-the-counter orthotics, Foot Levelers Functional orthotics are individually designed for your unique postural problems - not just problems with your feet.
Come In — Experience
the Foot Levelers
The Foot Levelers Kiosk can scan your feet and provide a wealth of information. With the scans, Dr. Cody can show you how you can stabilize your entire body with custom orthotics. It can help you understand the importance of the connection between your feet and your spine.
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