Adjusting Protocols – Download Now By: Mark Charrette, DC One can think of Chiropractic in terms of science, art, and philosophy. The art or application of Chiropractic technique is open to personal interpretation, innovation and uniqueness. What I am sharing in this article is the way that I am currently adjusting the excessively pronated foot.
Download PDF Plantar Fasciitis and His Nasty Apprentice, the Heel Spur Also known as “heel pain syndrome,” plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain, resulting from a gradual degeneration of the plantar fascia or sudden trauma to the area. Patients may describe the sensation as a sharp stab or deep ache in
Download PDF Now Foot pronation affects the spine. It can lead to problems such as short leg syndrome, which can lead to scoliosis, or a curvature of the spine. When your feet pronate, the arches drop and the pelvis and sacrum lower, which laterally flexes the lumbar spine and causes compensatory scoliosis. Functional orthotics are
Download PDF Now When a foot is severely pronated, or flat, it means its arches have fallen. Flat feet are less shock-absorbent and make for a less stable “base” for everything above: bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons throughout the body. Feet are the body’s foundation. Flat feet can cause serious problems all the way up