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AKA “heel pain syndrome" is the most common cause of heel pain. Discomfort may describe as sharp stab or deep ache in the middle of the heel or along the bottom of the foot. Usually felt first thing in the morning or when walking or standing.
Pain on the bottom of the heel
-Pain in the arch of the foot
-Pain that is usually worse upon arising
-Swelling on the bottom of the heel
Back pain often develops without a cause. Symptoms of back pain includes muscle aching to a shooting, burning or stabbing sensation. Also, the pain can radiate down a leg. Pain can range from local pain in a specific spot to generalized pain spreading all over the back. There is evidence that suggests core weakness, and poor back erector endurance as well as weak glutes can also contribute to low back pain well. Weakness in surrounding muscles increase instability and cause compensation. There are a lot of things that can impact and influence someone’s LBP including but definitely not limited to glute weakness!!
Knee pain may be the result of an injury, such as a ruptured ligament or torn cartilage. Medical conditions including arthritis, gout and infections, Bursitis just to name a few. When a joint that should be mobile becomes tight then our bodies will look for mobility in other places. When the foot and ankle do not have mobility, it causes COMPENSATION and t the knee is caught in the middle. This places stress on the knee joint and can lead to instability in the knee.
POOR ANKLE SUPPORT MAYBE THE CAUSE OF YOUR KNEE PAIN!!
Balance and stability training helps the muscles around your knees work together more effectively.
Since most people spend extended hours sitting, this is often the cause of low back pain and tight hips Because of this, Activities like sitting, running, weak glutes all have been known to cause tight hip flexors. Without stretching, hydration, resistance training tight hip flexors creating an anterior (forward) pull on the hips which changes posture and disengages the glutes. Without the glute engagement and strong core, the anterior pelvic tilt causes muscle imbalances and can lead to low back pain. The change in posture, as well as the low back muscles trying to compensate and tighten up to “correct” itself, will cause pain in the back and a lot of discomforts.
Three great stretches to help with back pain: (hold 30 seconds per side)
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