The Ready State Virtual Mobility Coach is like having a virtual Kelly Starrett in your pocket.
I have Hallux Rigid in both big toes. I’ve avoided surgery thus far by avoiding shoes/activities that aggravate the condition. I can bend my toes to about 40-45 degrees but it’s a hard stop after this. Because of the bone spurs on the toe joint, I don’t expect to be able to improve this. However, I would like to improve the function of the rest of my foot and ankle as much as possible.
Are there any suggestions/accommodations I can make to the foot mobilizations that would help to work around my limitations? (I’m a 61 yr old female who is active with lifting and walking but sit at a desk job most days.)