On the internet there’s quite a lot of information available supporting what we believe, that low back pain is often be associated with flat feet and over-pronation.
A recent study from the Institute for Aging Research in Boston, USA suggests that particular in women back pain can be caused by the position of the feet. That is, if the feet tend to roll inwards (over-pronation) people are more likely to suffer low back pain. In other words, health professionals in Australia, when treating back issues should take a more holistic approach and assess the patient from ‘top to toe’ and look for signs of over-pronation.
If back pain happens to be feet-related over even if the pronated foot contributes to the back problem a simple foot orthotic like Footlogics should be prescribed to control excess pronation.
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