The Tibialis Anterior Muscle

Among the many fascinatingly weird things going on in the human body (symmetries and asymmetries, anatomical anomalies), we have the lower leg or shin. Imagine the upper leg where we have the massive quadriceps at …

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Anatomy Of The Calf Muscle

Our poor calves. The muscles at the back of the lower leg are either overlooked in relationship to their neighbors up north, the hamstrings, or doted upon for their size. On the second point, I …

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CoreWalking Works

CoreWalking works. Whether you want to get out of pain, feel better in general, or improve your performance at work and play it would serve you to change the way you walk and stand, and …

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Trendelenburg Gait

My mother doesn’t move much. She splits most of her time between her bed and a recliner in the corner of her bedroom. When going out she uses an electric scooter and over the course …

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Change Your Walk, Change Your Life

If you suffer from chronic pain, or are having trouble healing from recurring injuries, change your walk and more than your walk will change. The body is designed to be a self-healing machine that maintains itself …

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If the Shoe Fits

Sketchblog: DayBooks I don’t wear shoes at home. And, since I work at home these days I’m barefoot a lot. When I wear shoes I’m very particular about what shoes I put on. I think …

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