Quite a controversial question, is it appropriate to use orthoses in the management of patellofemoral pain, and, do they work?
Here is a tale of a prodigious tennis talent who is only 9 years old, who came to see me with "shin splints" or did she?
Number 2 in a series of clinical cases hoisting BIG red flags to the top of the flag pole. In today's episode, midfoot pain.
Here is a little series to help you clinically and to act as a warning to never sit in the comfort zone.
Neural tagging and central sensitization may provide some of the answers. And you can do something about this clinically.
The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons has released their Clinical Consensus Statement.
A new paper contending use of conventional modern shoes is associated with weaker intrinsic foot muscles and more.
I recently listened to a podcast talking in part about footwear in these terms, and postulating what might or might not work.
In a world of new wonder treatments, we need to take a dispassionate look at the evidence for therapies.
A condition that causes increased tremor, greater postural sway, dangerous ligamentous laxity AND flat feet?
What if I told you that such a condition exists and it is endemic in female athletes AND it puts them at risk of injury?