Case Example – Patient A
Recurrent Muscle Injuries
Recurrent Muscle Injuries (calf, quads, groin or hamstrings)
If your base of support is not stable then the muscles of the lower limb, pelvis and back are overworking to compensate. A pronated foot is likely to overwork the lateral compartments of the calf and thigh (quads, ITB, hamstrings and hip rotators.) A full biomechanical assessment is required to resolve these issues.