Do you have pain in your Lower Back?
Lower back pain can be related to the imbalanced foundation upon which it is held. The components that make up this foundation are the feet, ankles, knees and hips. If at any time these become weak and unstable, problems can result. Imbalances in the feet such as one foot rolling more than the other, ankle or big toe joint restrictions, or excessive pronation can cause the lower back to compensate, making the soft tissues (muscles and ligaments) work harder than they should have to with aches and pains as a result. With the use of Foot Mobilisation Therapy (FMT), corrective foot exercises and where necessary orthotic insoles the foundations of your body can be strengthened and re-aligned to provide a stable base of support.
To see if your feet and legs are contributing to your Lower Back Pain, please contact us today.
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