Metatarsalgia is pain in the soles of the feet near the start of the toes that is accentuated by walking or running. Mechanical metatarsalgia due to overload is a frequent problem in the foot, being the metatarsal of the second toe the most affected, although more than one may be affected at the same time.
Diabetic foot appears when there are inadequate levels of glucose in the blood or other factors that frequently occur in these patients such as:
• Arterial hypertension
Paletofemoral syndrome or “runner’s knee” is a condition in which the cartilage under the kneecap is damaged due to injury or overuse and has to do with how your kneecap moves in the groove of the bone of the kneecap. thigh. This injury is more common in women than in men.
There are many causes of neck pain, stiffness and discomfort. We will focus on things that cause this that you can change in your daily life in order to help reduce the occurrence and severity of this type of pain. The first is your work-station set-up. I will not go into all of the specifics of proper work-station ergonomics, I will talk only about the part that causes neck pain. This is the position of the monitor. The monitor should be up at eye level so that while working you are able to keep your head back over your shoulders.
PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC TREATMENT FOR “AQUILEA TENDINITIS” AND USE OF ORTHOPEDIC INSOLES TO OFFER MORE SUPPORT TO THE FOOT
Achilles tendonitis as the name implies is an overload injury to the Achilles tendon, which is a band of tissue that connects the calf muscles in the lower leg to the heel bone.
ORTHOPEDIC INSOLES WITH INCREASED CORRECTION OF DYSMETRY IN PATIENTS WITH SHORTENING AND LUMBAR PAIN MANAGEMENT
The most commonly treated dysmetries are those of the lower extremities, due to their impact on gait and corresponding to functional alteration.
The heel spur is a bony prominence, or exostosis, that can appear on the inside of the heel (calcaneus) as a consequence of excessive and continuous stretching of the plantar fascia, which is a band of connective tissue that covers the muscles of the area. By overstretching, the fascia can calcify, forming the spur.
The main objective of the treatment by means of orthopedic insoles is to promote the correct formation of the plantar arch and that the feet work properly so that their walking is efficient, thus avoiding future problems.