Uncategorized Aug 30, 2016

Have you ever noticed how often your patients describe lateral foot pains as being a bit vague or non-specific?

Do you know why it presents this way?

 I’ve put together this quick video that explains:

  • The reason why vague or non-specific sites of pain occur in lateral foot complaints (and the essential clinical test you MUST do for an accurate diagnosis)
  • The biomechanical impact of STJ pronation on the peroneus longus and how it contributes to lateral foot pains
  • How the brain’s efforts to help is a key reason for muscle fatigue of the Peroneus Longus (and what your treatment must include for even better clinical outcomes)

Check it out RIGHT HERE:


Get the low-down on why cuboids get stuffed up in the first place with the 'Cuboid Etiology Summary' RIGHT HERE.


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