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01/22/2014 at 4:11 pm #70740Troy LipscombParticipant
Hi you Leopard’s this is my first entry here but i have been following the mwod project for years, it slowly growin’ in people’s heads in France and i try to spread the word ^^.
My son is 7years old and he plays basketball and does CrossFit with me also, for the past few month he has been sufferin’ from what we found ou today appears to be Sever’s disease ( inflammation of the growth plate
in the heel of growing children, typically adolescents. The condition
presents as pain in the heel and is caused by repetitive stress to the
heel and is thus particularly common in athletically active children. It
usually resolves once the bone has completed growth or activity is
An adapted sole has been made for him but i was wondering what protocol i could use to ensure better heeling and avoid postural issues, i’m aleady smashing his glutes, hamstrings and calves but i’m kinda in the dark about it
If k-starr wanna take this question for his pro user friday that would be amazing ^^
01/22/2014 at 11:54 pm #73889Anonymous
Getting slack to the area will help.
Some to start with:
Free Your Heel, Free Your Mind
Ankle Positional Fault Fix: Jill Miller Style
Episode 85: Unglue Your Sticks Man
Episode 194: Why Do You Hate Your Calfs?
Episode 237: Heel Cord Love
Episode 258: Ankle Mobility-Self Mulligan Technique
Episode 279: Mob Those Lower Leg Bits
Episode 285: Sliding Surfaces; Ankle Range of Motion Case Study Part 1
Episode 285: Sliding Surfaces; Ankle Range of Motion Case Study Part 2
Episode 293: Haiku Winner, Travel Ideas, And Your Feet
Wednesday, May 8th, 2013
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