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      • Flat Feet
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      • Morton’s Neuroma
      • Plantar Fasciitis
      • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
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  Golfer’s Elbow
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Please first read, “The Real Cause…The Real Cure” on the Home page.

Around a dozen muscles come down from the calf and the shin to operate the foot. These muscles secure to bones in the heel, toes, and on additional places throughout the foot. If any of these muscles are tight, they pull on the bones causing not only inflammation but alignment problems with the bones themselves. There are also intrinsic muscles in the foot (muscles that just reside in the feet) that can chronically pull on bones causing pain. Please see below and to your left for specific foot challenges.

To relieve foot pain, please see the book: Foot Pain Breakthrough

 High Arches, Arch Pain, Heel Pain, Heel Spurs/Bone Spurs, Supination, Pronation, Metatarsalgia, Sesamoiditis, Calcaneal Apophysitis (Sever’s disease), Entrapment of the lateral plantar nerve, and Neuropathy of the foot* are conditions that are also almost always caused by tight muscles that can be resolved using the book Foot Pain Breakthrough.

* Neuropathy can be caused by diseases like diabetes, but it can also be brought on by tight muscles.

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