Conditions > Over-Pronation Brian James Tracey

Over-Pronation, or flat feet, is a common biomechanical problem that occurs in the walking process when a person's arch collapses upon weight bearing. This motion can cause extreme stress or inflammation on the plantar fascia, potentially causing severe discomfort and leading to other foot problems.

Prolonged Pronation Problems will lead to:

Achilles Tendinitis
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Heel spur
Tibial stress fracture
Navicular stress fracture
Fibula stress fracture
Longitudinal arch collapse
Knee joint capsulitis
Spring ligament sprain
Hip joint capsulitis
Plantar Fasciitis
Anterior pelvic tilt
Metatarsalgia
Excessive lumbar lordosis
Metatarsal head calluses
Hip flexor muscle strain
Hallux Valgus
Sacroiliac joint problems
Tailor’s Bunion
Etc, etc, etc
Hammer Toes
 

In simpler terms, Foot Pain, Ankle Pain, Knee Pain, Hip Pain and Lower Back Pain!!

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