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Foot and Ankle Injuries Often Lead to Chronic Pain ankle injury ankle pain ankle rehab back pain egoscue method exercises for shoulder pain foot injury foot pain foot rehab gait abnormalities gait mechanics groin pain heel pain hip pain injury rehab postural restoration si pain the pain free athlete walking walking form Oct 16, 2019

Have you ever sprained your ankle?

It is a common injury, with 2 million acute ankle sprains happening each year in the US! In addition, it is the most common injury suffered by college athletes making up 15% of all injuries in this population.
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A Better Way to Band Walk band walking glutes hips pelvis postural resoration intitute pri the pain free athlete walking walking form Jul 27, 2018

Band walking is a good exercise to strengthen your hips. Unfortunately, many people do it wrong. The problem is that the hip is not positioned correctly when performing the exercise. Additionally, people often don’t take into consideration muscle coordination during the movement. If you...

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Don't Fear Foot Pronation exercises feet feet pronation feet supination posture alignment posture therapy pri standing posture walking walking form Sep 29, 2016

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines pronation as “rotation of the medial bones in the midtarsal region of the foot inward and downward so that in walking the foot tends to come down on its inner margin.” If you look at the image below, you can see an image of pronation.

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How Vision Affects Posture and Movement brain posture posture alignment posture analysis vision walking walking form Sep 28, 2015


Imagine that when you look upon the world, the ground seems to be sloping away from you. Subconsciously, your brain perceives, through your visual sense, that you are always going downhill. This is an optical distortion. And this is how I see the world.
 

How do you think your body reacts and...

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Shin Splints Can Occur in Seasonal Transition alignment posture alignment running running form running technique the pain free athlete walking form Mar 11, 2013

In case you missed my article in the Los Alamos Daily Post it is reprinted below.

Transitioning from skis to running shoes can be painful. When skiing our foot is connected to a long board and never makes contact with the ground. In running, the foot is free to move on its own and comes...

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