Healthy homemade hot chocolate 😛 unsweetened almond milk + 1tbsp cocoa + stevia + vanilla *
Balanced it out with some double chocolate cookies 😛 heheh loveee sweets (ps if anyone has a remedy for plantar fasciitis PLS let a girl know my foot will not heal)
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Calf stretching for foot and ankle health
... Stretching the back of your body from your feet through your pelvis and spine is one of the first and most accessible ways to treat and avoid low back pain and plantar fasciitis .
These calf stretches help to reset a normal resting length to your tissues of the posterior body.
Heels down , toes up on any surface you can comfortably navigate.
Spine stays neutral for both stretches / for the double leg stretch think tail bone to the sky.
For the single leg stretch focus on keeping your weight in your back leg and your body vertically aligned over your back heel as your non stretching leg steps forward. No leaning forward.
Bonus benefits if you can discover new and different shaped surfaces to stretch on and offer your joints that variety they need and crave.
It’s taken me 2 years to really begin to see substantial strength in my feet and arches with great improvements in hip stability as well. Feet are so important ! How are you taking care of yours?
⭐️education credit @nutritiousmovement
The following post is rated “U” .
U for the UTTERLY amazing teachers I met yesterday. .
U for how UNCOMFORTABLE I was with some of the stories I heard.
And U for “UGHHHHH I’m exhausted and you can tell in these photos!” Even with a filter!
Yesterday, I visited a primary school in Sydney. We were fitting the entire school with shoes for Christmas. That’s 175 plus children.
The kids were great, funny, polite, shy, cheeky and some sassy - just the way I like them.
BUT we heard some stories and saw kids clearly from loving, hardworking but struggling families.
I was really uncomfortable. How is it possible in modern Australia that we have kids who are missing the basics?
That we have kids who don’t have shoes or even socks! And some kids who did have socks only had one pair for the whole week!
I met teachers who knew their students like they were their own kids. Who bought supplies out of their own pay packet for kids who needed it. Shoes, socks, books, pencils - you name it. They do it. And they do it humbly in the background.
So this post is to say THANK YOU!
THANK YOU to the amazing teachers who care for, educate and nurture our children. You are amazing!
THANK YOU to the people and families doing their best and making a contribution.
THANK YOU to @surefitaustralasia , footbalancetechnology , @westernsydneypodiatry for helping us make this Christmas miracle happen.
Now if your a teacher, social worker, or you know someone who is DM me or make sure your friend sees this post.
I can’t do much for you BUT I will send you a discount code for our shop so you can be comfortable, when your at work raising the future.
We’re going to make the discount a permanent offer for teachers - and guys I don’t know who you do it! THANK YOU 🥰
I am very excited about the results I have been getting using Dysport for plantar fasciitis. I am one of a few providers nationwide who is currently using Dysport to treat plantar fasciitis as well as Achilles tendinitis. I am using it off-label and I wanted to share one of my success stories. A few months ago I treated a patient who had had a prior retrocalcaneal exostectomy ( detachment of Achilles tendon and bone spur removal) by another surgeon years ago. She subsequently developed Achilles tendinitis because her gastrocnemius equinus, “tight” calf muscle, was never addressed in her surgery.She shortly after also as expected developed plantar fasciitis.
So after explaining to her all her options, she decided to have Dysport injections. So after injecting her calf muscle and heel, she became pain free by the next day and has remained pain free for several months. Based on prior studies and my experience, I feel that these injections will hopefully replace steroid injections as the gold standard for plantar fasciitis. The medication has a high safety profile.So if you are frustrated by heel pain and have not gotten better with steroid injections and orthotics, call my office to set up an appointment to see if this a good option for you. (713) 541-3199.
“Feet felt great the whole race!” Congratulations on running the BCS Marathon Sarah 👏She has been training skill + adding extra foot strength to progress to running a full marathon barefoot 💪
This is why I created the @fasciitisfighter. 👉Management of plantar fasciopathy with loading 🏃High-load strength training improves outcome in patients with plantar fasciitis: A randomized controlled trial with 12-month follow-up
M. S. Rathleff1, C. M. Mølgaard2, U. Fredberg3, S. Kaalund4, K. B. Andersen3, T. T. Jensen4, S. Aaskov5, J. L. Olesen6,7
I've had these @poundland slippers for about 15 years (@tiddypie had a pair at uni and I thought they were cute!) - I've worn them quite a bit over the years but have worn them loads ove the last year or 2 - particularly because I can wear them with insoles to help my #plantarfasciitis . But they're starting to fall apart! Anyone know anywhere that sells something similar? Or any ideas of any non-slip fabric I could use for the soles so I could make a new pair?! (@clare_sams or @bluelauralove might have some good fabric suggestions 😊...?!). Any help would be much appreciated - I think this will be their final winter. 😢
Also - someone please come and tidy my clothes away because I can't be bothered. 😂
I’ve been using “curious compassion” as part of teaching the Explorer’s Mindset for years now, and just wanna hat tip @tarabrach for those words as her RAIN concept helped bring that ‘curious compassion’ aspect of the Explorer’s Mindset into existence.
I am excited to share further expansion I’ve done on how to understand, use, and take action, with the Explorer’s Mindset this weekend at the Unbreakable Body Members Only Workshop!
For an article I did on on curious compassion, head to the🔗in my profile.🙌🏻✨ #theunbreakablebody
Do you have #footpain#plantarfasciitis ? Read on! *
Plantar fasciitis is a type of foot pain known to : *
1️⃣Cause PAIN in your foot’s arch or heel *
2️⃣ Feel foot pain right in the morning after you get up often people hobble first few steps due to this. *
3️⃣NOT the same as heel spurs or flat feet, but often related! *
🔴Plantar fasciitis 👉#overuseinjury , a kinda-sorta #tendinitis , an inflammatory thickening and/or degeneration of the #plantarfascia . *
🔴The plantar fascia is not really a tendon: it’s a sheet of connective tissue (“#fascia ”), more like a ligament than a tendon. It #stretches from the heel to toes, spanning the arch of the foot, from bones at the back to #bones at the front (whereas tendons connect muscles to bones) *
👉Often misalignments in your lower limb lead to changes in the way you walk (#gait ) over time‼️ *
👉As your chiropractor I certainly use evidence based medicine to treat your foot, however I also check you for the cause behind WHY you are suffering. *
👉Often I find #misalignments from the #spine , #hips , #pelvis , #knees and #ankles . Instead of waiting for #symptom resolution, we also focus on correcting these areas so your problem hopefully doesn’t reoccur. *
MY Top Choices for treatment: *
1️⃣ Active Release of #myofascial tissues. *
2️⃣ #Graston Technique. *
3️⃣ Percussion. *
4️⃣ Ice : both for treatment and symptom management. *
5️⃣ Specific stretches & exercises *
Do you think you may have plantar fasciitis? *
BOOK an assessment with me @ Dx Medical by calling (780) 705-8400 ext 4. *
WE DIRECT BILL*
Your feet will THANK YOU! *
Achilles Tendonitis - these two pictures show the muscles of the back of the leg/knee along with a photo I used for #plantarfasciitis ----------
#achillistendonitis is a very common injury in #runners#walkers#crossfit#olympicweightlifting#tennis and just about every other sport known to exist.
The cause is often over looked and is almost always a #technique error with whatever sport you are playing. ----------
For walkers, it is almost always a weakness in their hips which is causing them to use their ankle of a leverage point for #movement which cause the calves muscles to over work a TON!! In sports like running or crossfit where running may be a portion of the workout, when the hips begin to weaken over a duration of a workout the body will naturally follow the path of least resistance and power generation towards the lower body, or in this case, the calf muscles and the achilles tendon. ----------
For all other sports, the same mechanism is in play, even if you are #cycling your hips or quads can divert power generation towards the lower body and you will, whether you realize it or not, using your ankle as a lever for propulsion and BAM! you start to aggravate the tendon. ----------
For most this will begin with a tension or tightness feeling in their tendon which is easily treatable with some rest, ice and stretching. The problem is this, while those modalities will treat the pain/tightness it will NOT @treattheproblem that is causing it to feel tight and/or painful.
Over time, over use/misuse this tissue will begin to break down and your pain will become more consistent and take less time to start bothering you. ----------
Moral of the story - remember to address #tightness by looking for your #weakness and #fixingmovement !!!! ENJOY!
👣👣What structure could this be?! Check out the thickness of that Achilles Tendon! As the strongest tendon in the human body, it is a continuation of the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles. As it continues inferior (down), it wraps around the calcaneus, or the heel bone. When this guy gets tight, it can start to pull on the plantar fascia, or the tissue on the bottom of the feet. This can lead to?: plantar fasciitis. Remember, “itis” = inflammation. Trust me, this is NOT a good time. Sharp stabbing pain with every step you take? No thank you! Luckily, @grastontechnique and @activereleasetechniques fixes that right up! Remove that layer of scar tissue / fibrosis surrounding the tendons, pain will dissipate! Ta-da! #plantarfasciitis#activereleasetechnique#graston#chiropractor#achillestendon#achilles
#Repost from @alanrichardsonrolfing with @regram.app ... Your head weighs about 10lb (4.5kg), but when you hold it forward the extensor muscles in your neck have to work much harder to keep your head up against the force of gravity.
Every inch that you hold your head forward off the midline represents an extra amount of effort which is equivalent to your head weighing an extra 10lb (4.5kg). So if you hold your head forward by 3 inches (7.5cm) this is equivalent to your head weighing a whopping 40lb (18kg)!
Prolonged head forward posture can lead to chronically tight muscles in the back of your neck, causing discomfort, headaches etc.
Rolfing helps to get your head well balanced so that neck tension is reduced. Also as you feel the new option of relaxed neck muscles you will be much less likely to go back to that very uncomfortable head forward.
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Plantar Fasciitis is a common disorder of the foot (effects approx. 10% of the population). It occurs when the connective tissue which supports the arch of the foot becomes dysfunctional 💥🤕. Pain symptoms typically present in the heel of the foot 🦶🏼. If left untreated, symptoms can become chronic and very debilitating, especially for active people 🏃🏼♀️🏌️♂️⛹🏼♀️. Try this simple exercise as demonstrated by Steve (see video) if this is something you suffer with. Always seek professional advice if you are unsure.
See the brake like effect reaching your lifted foot has in your run. 🔹This is a curved treadmill, the belt moves as your body weight shifts forward (simulating fall) and you Pull in response to keep up, just like during run.
❌She is reaching lifted foot as her action trying to extend leg to move forward, working against gravity, foot lands ahead of body, acting like a brake, slowing down run and increasing impact.
❌On the treadmill she is reaching down to the belt, Pull is a response and you can see this is stopping the belt!
✅Pulling foot up from ground in response to Fall, gravity landing lifted foot, naturally, under body, recovering pose to start Fall, Pull...and continue running ✅Same technique on treadmill and now she is running!
🔹Keep it simple and enjoy your run! This video is my memory today 2015, video quality has changed, but running technique is still the same. #runrx