Lower Extremity and Foot Issues

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Excessive Motion of the Foot ​

Everyone PRONATES and SUPINATES when they walk.  If you have too much of either motion, it may cause problems with your feet, ankles, knees, hips, etc. 

Metatarsalgia / Morton's Neuroma

Metatarsalgia is a constant pain in the forefoot, by the ‘ball’ of you foot. Neuromas are typically felt between the 2nd/3rd or 3rd/4th toe area and is often descrived as a more ‘sharp’ pain.  


Compression on the Siatic Nerve can present as pain from the foot all the way up to the lower back.  Often, the position of your feet and legs has an effect on this nerve. 


When you press on the skin tissue and an indent stays behind, this may be a sign of Edema.

Varicose Veins
Varicose Veins

Those bumpy blueish veins tell us that somewhere in your leg, the valves that control blood flow are failing.  

Knee Pain
Knee Pain

Knee pain can be caused by a variety of problems, including arthritic changes, improper gait and traumatic injury. 

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