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Chiropractic Clinic Oakville - Get treatment today - 905 827 4197
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Www.adjustments4you.com.. more then just backs
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Just another day at the clinic.. www.adjustments4you.com
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Glen Abbey Physiotherapy
Oakville
205a - 1131 Nottinghill Gate
www.physiotherapyoakville.com


Soft Tissue Injuries, and how to treat !

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Anatomy of the Tarsal Tunnel

The tarsal tunnel is found between the thick, overlying fibrous tissue on one side of your foot and the underlying bones. The flexor retinaculum acts as the top of your tarsal tunnel. It forms a deep, band of fibrous connective tissue that surrounds the muscles and nerves in your lower leg and ankle. The top of the calcaneus (heel bone), the inner wall of the talus (2nd largest tarsal bone that forms the ankle joint connecting the leg bones to the foot bones) and the inner/bottom part of the tibia (shinbone) comprise the bottom of your tarsal tunnel. Your ankle tendons, nerves, arteries and veins pass through the tarsal tunnel to get to the bottom of your foot.
The posterior tibial nerve is found between the posterior tibial muscle, the flexor digitorum longus, and the flexor hallucis longus muscles in your lower leg/ankle. The tibial nerve moves behind the bump on the inside of your ankle (medial malleolus) and through the tarsal tunnel, where it then divides into nerve branches in the sole of your foot.

http://www.aidmyachilles.com/tendon-muscle-injuries-in-the-leg/tarsal-tunnel-syndrome-information.php

#tarsaltunnelsyndrome #anklepain #mendmeshop  
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Symptoms of Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Symptoms of ITBS in #runners  usually begin with pain developing during a run which subsides shortly after the run finishes. Pain continues to appear with every run eventually progressing to more constant pain while walking or going up or down stairs.

*Pain at the lateral (outside) knee and hip

*Swelling over the hip (greater trochanter) and outer knee

*Stiffness running down the side of the thigh

http://www.mendmyhip.com/hip-strain-tendinitis-tear-injuries/iliotibial-band-syndrome-itbs-treatments.php

#mendmeshop #hippain #knee  
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