The Importance of the Foot & Ankle Complex
Nearly all people with back pain have some type of foot and ankle dysfunction. This dysfunction impacts the hips, which in turn impacts the thoracic spine. Human are bipedal, and the foot and ankle complex is the conduit between the ground and the body. Understanding and appreciating what goes on at the foot and ankle complex will open up an entirely different paradigm on how you view movement and how you design corrective exercise strategies for your clients.
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You will explore the principles and concepts of human movement, assessment techniques, flexibility strategies and corrective exercise directly related to lower-back injury and pain.
Chuck Wolf, MS, is the director of Human Motion Associates in Orlando, Florida, where he consults with clients rehabilitating from injury. Chuck is one of the industry’s top educators and one of IDEA’s most popular presenters. Sign up today at ideafit.com/painfreeback.