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[...] (i.e. your foot pushes off the ground). A study by  Maganaris and Paul (2002, see Evidence page on PrimeforLife.net under "Achilles Tendinopathy") determined that in walking this & [...]

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[...] right foot on the ground, your body continues to advance over and past it. As it does, the Achilles tendon becomes increasingly taut. Like a wound up rubber band propeller in a toy airplane, it is [...]

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[...] .  When your feet are happy, so are you.   For significant foot problems see a physical therapist who specializes in feet or a podiatrist.      [...]

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[...] shown that orthoses don't significantly alter pronation and supination anyway (See all studies by BM Nigg on Evidence page on Prime for Life website under Foot and Ankle chapter). We do not really [...]

Foot fixes: Are orthotics a good investment?

[...] the foot is abnormally pronating! And this was found in experienced podiatrists! (see Van Gheluwe et al, 2002 on Evidence page in Foot chapter on Prime for LIfe website)      [...]

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[...] mythical ideal foot position that is never attained. Some research has shown that inexpensive over-the-counter orthoses and arch supports may be as helpful as custom ones that cost a fortune. Try the [...]

Stretching may not be so important - at least for tendons.

[...] . If excessive, this heat production may be injurious to the tendon and contribute to Achilles tendon degeneration. Animal studies have shown that the heat produced may exceed 108 degrees F. - more [...]

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Foot fixes: Are orthotics a good investment?

[...] podiatrists! (see Van Gheluwe et al, 2002 on Evidence page in Foot chapter on Prime for LIfe website)      Even the idea of "over pronating" has not been quantified [...]

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