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THE SCIENCE OF FOOT DYSFUNCTION AND CURE PART 4 – PRESSURE PATTERNS.

Find out what a major perpetuating factor in chronic musculoskeletal pain throughout the body is and how you can resolve the problem.

THE SCIENCE OF FOOT DYSFUNCTION AND CURE PART 3 – ARCH HEIGHT/FOOT TYPE.

Find out what the ultimate cause of both dysfunctional high-rigid and flat-collapsed arches is and how you can avoid the issue.

THE SCIENCE OF FOOT DYSFUNCTION AND CURE PART 2 – BIG TOE POSITION.

Discover how important the position of the big toe is.

THE SCIENCE OF FOOT DYSFUNCTION AND CURE PART 1 – SHOE-SHAPED FEET

Learn more about the scientific and effect of conventional shoes on functional foot shape.

ORTHOTICS FOR LOWER-LIMB AND FOOT PAIN – SYMPTOM RELIEF NOT LONG-TERM CURE.

Find out why the use of orthotics in a treatment program for sufferers of overuse conditions cannot be supported based on the available high-quality evidence. Users might possibly gain short-term pain relief at best.

THE BIOLOGY OF RUNNING INJURIES

Read the scientific article and find out about the Biology of Running Injuries.

THE IMPORTANCE OF BIG TOE POSITION AND CONTROL IN HUMAN MOVEMENT.

Find out how important the position and control of the big toe is for human movement.

FOOT FUNCTION AND EXERCISE-RELATED, TRIGGER-POINT PAIN

Do you want to know which is a major perpetuating factor in chronic musculoskeletal pain throughout the body?

ARE YOUR FEET STOPPING YOU GETTING FIT IN THE GYM?

If you are thinking of getting fit in the new year – invest in your feet, before you invest in a gym membership.

JOE NIMBLE S.A.I.D FOOT EXERCISES CAN FIX YOUR FEET.

Strengthening exercises (known as toega) have been proven to improve foot function. Read the scientific evidence.

FOOT STRUCTURE AND STATIC BALANCE

Discover the link between healthy foot function, postural control and the ability to maintain balance.

COLD WEATHER FOOTWEAR

Risk of injury from cold exposure is particularly high in cold climates, with pain and discomfort rising at toe temperatures below 15°C.