Your Feet Talk

Is it possible that by looking at your feet you can diagnose or prevent injuries?

The way our bodies are put together is amazing and by looking at one structure, you can actually see the functions (or lack thereof) in other structures.

As a biokineticist I’m taught to assess the body in different sections and look at different lines. These lines are a strong indicator of what’s happening in the body and how it functions specifically during movement.

With any structure, we know that a good base is necessary to ensure the rest of the structure is

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