Posts Tagged: over-pronation

Orthotics – Who Needs Them?

Studies have shown that over 80% of us will experience some type of foot pain at some time during the year. For most of these people, this foot pain remains constant and without a remedy the condition will only worsen. The leading cause of foot pain is due to over-pronation. Over-pronation is an inward rolling […]

Your Feet Should Not Hurt

It is surprising that many people are shocked at the statement, “your feet should not hurt”.  These people have lived with discomfort so long they have convinced themselves that foot pain is normal for everyone. The logic for the belief that everyone’s feet should hurt is that we put all of our weight on them […]

Poor Foot Alignment Can Cause Knee Pain

Knee pain can have many different causes, such as injury, arthritis, ligament or cartilage tear, patellar tendonitis, bursitis or due to incorrectly aligned feet. You might notice pain that worsens from kneeling, squatting, bending and/or rising after long periods of sitting.

Shin Splints

Shin splints refer to leg pain between the knee and ankle that is caused by damage or inflammation of those tendons and muscles. It’s important to visit your doctor to rule out fractures if the stress is severe.