Foot pronation is the natural movement which occurs during foot landing while walking or running. Foot pronation also occurs while standing, and in this instance, it is the amount in which the foot rolls inward toward the arch. Foot pronation is normal, however, excessive foot pronation can cause a variety of health issues, including bad posture.
The following video describes the 5 red flags of excessive foot pronation, which can ultimately affect a person’s overall health and wellness. Dr. Alex Jimenez can help diagnose and treat excessive foot pronation. Patients recommend Dr. Alex Jimenez and his staff as the non-surgical choice for excessive foot pronation health issues.
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Knee pain can be alleviated with custom orthotics.
Knee pain can come from
- Sudden injury
- Overuse injury
- Symptoms of underlying condition e.g. arthritis.
Treating your knee pain will depend on the underlying cause.
In most cases, treating your knee condition will be successful when the focus is on restoring balanced function in the entire body, starting from the ground up.
Chiropractic care plus custom orthotics can help.
Knee Pain Symptoms
A Chiropractor will likely use a combination of techniques to help your condition.
- These include using ice to reduce inflammation
- Soft tissue massage to help improve the knee’s range of motion
- Chiropractic manipulation and mobilization techniques in the knee as well as surrounding joints.
- Strengthening exercises
- Custom orthotics
A chiropractor will investigate if there are other alignment issues in other areas of the body that could be the true cause of the knee pain or contribute to it.
Prevention techniques include:
- Keep your bones, muscle tissues strong and healthy through exercise and diet.
- Avoid tobacco
- Avoid excessive alcohol, which can weaken bones and cause problems with the blood supply.
- Reduce your risk of injury by adhering to safety measures on the job and at home.
- Use knee braces to prevent knee injuries or after a knee injury.
- Custom orthotics can provide additional support, stability, and shock absorption.
Recovery time will vary depending on the cause.
- Strengthening exercises can improve recovery time
Treating your knee is more likely to be successful when the focus is on restoring balance and function for the entire body.
Chiropractic care plus custom made orthotics can help.
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Exercises for the Feet
When there are problems with the feet, it can cause problems through the legs and all the way to the spine. This can cause the ankle to pronate, meaning it rolls inward. This alters the way the bones of the foot line up which extends through the tibia, or shin bone. For example, excessive foot pronation, limited range of motion in the hips, or tightness in the lower back, can place excessive strain on the knees.
Treatment for foot pain varies depending on the condition/injury. Treatment can go from rest and ice to physical therapy, massage, chiropractic and in severe cases surgery. Reflexology can provide relief, as well as, stretching exercises. Over the counter pain medication is often used. If the pain is too intense that it prevents sleep, a physician may prescribe non-addictive pain medication. Wear shoes with good arch supports, and if pain persists. Insurance often covers orthotics.
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Experiencing foot pain, there’s no doubt you checked out your foot to make sure it’s not injured or hurting from improper fitting shoes, corns, plantar fasciitis, etc. This may seem counterintuitive, but you may want to check the condition of the lumbar spine (lower back)? Most foot problems are caused by issues with the foot, but what if you found that pressure on the sciatic nerve can cause intense foot pain.