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Mel Collie | Have you got painful feet?

Mel Collie | Have you got painful feet?

 

Todays Neuro Kinetic Therapy ¬†wonder was a beautiful lady who was suffering with plantar fascia pain, if you’ve ever had it you will know it hurts!
I checked her calves and glutes.
Why? Check the Fascia back line picture below. Its all connected. If the glutes aren’t in an organised pattern, the brain has to find another muscle to do the work and that could mean the calf muscles…
After spending time massaging her calves and getting those amazing butt muscles online she left here feeling better than when she walked in.

Plantar Fascia, Calves, Glutes
Plantar Fascia, Calves, Glutes

So if you suffer from plantar fascia try this – massage the calves with the fingers, a tennis ball or a foam roller then get the glutes working by doing a glute exercise like the glute bridge.
I didn’t guess that was her patterning though.

 

I tested the glutes and the calf to see what was going on as this may not have been why the plantar fascia was complaining, just so happened that in this case it was.

She has homework to do, daily, to help her brain keep the pattern that it has had all along but at some point, due to an injury, it changed and went down a different path. Sometimes the brain will change that pattern and find a different route. thats the way it works. It just looking out for you. Even if that brings you pain and annoys you. It is doing it job.
Don’t hate the pain, its telling you its story.
If your aren’t sure, come along for an NKT session at my home therapy room in Portreath.

Update – 2 weeks later and she is still pain free.

Mel Collie

NKT Level 1 Practitioner

www.melcollie.com