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Like its predecessor mild to moderate over pronation through midstance.
Over pronation (the unusual stretching of plantar fascia) is usually the cause, and flat feet can contribute to this consequence.
Sneaker Test An easy way to check your pronation is to look at your shoes—if one side is more worn than the other, your pronation may need to be adjusted.
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This is done to re-center the pronation angle and to re-level foot plane from your module on your shoe as you stand straight.
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Excessive pronation (inward rolling of the foot when walking) is the most common cause of plantar fasciitis.
If your foot is stiff then mobilising your big toe joint, ankle and mid foot is key whilst ensuring normal pronation – video 29.
Insoles Knee pain can be caused by unstable or weak feet, arches that are too high or too flat or if there is too much or too little ‘pronation.’ Shoes should have a supportive, cushioned and slightly raised heel, should be secured over the front of the foot with laces or straps, should have a firm inside edge and be flexible under the big toe joint.
Superfeet offers many different insoles according to what type of arch you have, and with a perfect fit arch support you will alleviate plantar fasciitis pain and help reduce pronation.
A holistic view of orthopedics is also followed in several ways, as we look not only at the injured joint, but at where the problem originates, whether that is with a tilt in the pelvis, abnormal gait (walking cycle), and spinal misalignment or, for example, with acquired weakness in the foot leading to excessive pronation and a drop in the arch.