Runners’ feet take a pounding, and over time the plantar fascia and its associated structures may become damaged with microtears, bone spurs or stress fractures. Correct diagnosis and treatment are key to full performance recovery. In its early stages, plantar fasciopathy usually presents as heel pain. Careful assessment will distinguish plantar fasciopathy from other causes of heel pain.
There is no question that many of the human health ailments of the 21st Century are directly related to changes in how we work, eat, sleep and behave over the past several decades. Fast and processed foods, increased commute times, technological innovations, air and water pollution, chronic stress and sedentary lifestyles are all taking a […]Read More (0)
Your muscles and your nervous system are intricately linked, governing posture, movement and balance. When muscle tension throughout your body is in optimal balance, your body naturally aligns and moves with mechanical efficiency, pain-free. Wear and tear on your muscles and nerves from repetitive daily activities including work and sports can cause some muscles to […]Read More (0)