Do you have a few problems with your feet or gait in general? Learn more about how a podiatrist can help fix your foot problems.


Why Your Feet May Be The Cause Of Your Back Pain

26 April 2016
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Most people have an arch in their foot which acts as a shock absorber when you step down. This arch also helps to keep your hips, knees and ankles in proper alignment. When the arch fails, the alignment shifts and you can have chronic back pain due to the change. If you have back pain and flat feet, a visit to a podiatrist may resolve both issues. Here is how flat feet contribute to the pain and what a foot doctor can do to help.
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Your Flat Feet May Be The Cause Of Your Chronic Lower Back Pain

11 January 2016
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You may not have considered that the persistent ache in your lower back is somehow connected to your feet. But a visit to one of your local podiatrists may prove that your flat feet are part of the problem. That little arch in your foot has a lot to do with the alignment of your hips, knees and ankles. When these are out of alignment, you can develop pain in your back.
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About Me
Understanding Foot Problems

When I started running to lose weight, I was surprised to find that I had a few problems with my feet and my gait in general. When I would run, my toes would ache and sometimes the fascia underneath my foot would hurt badly. I realized that I couldn't go on exercising with all of the pain, which is why I turned to my podiatrist for help. He analyzed my gait and determined that I had a fallen arch on one of my feet, but not on the other. This blog is all about the benefits of podiatry, so that you can learn how you might be able to exercise and move without any discomfort.