HI, Last week I went to the foot person. She
was starting to message my foot and touched the
inside of my leg just above my knee. She said
my trouble was coming from my pelvis. She advised
me to get an adjustment from my chiropractor. I went
to him and he said it must be tilted for ward or back.
I hadn't had any pain in my hips or pelvis so I told him they didn't hurt. Just my heel. It had been hurting for about 2 months. The foot person made me
some orthodics. The pain is still there. But, it doesn't escalate during the day. I stayes at about a 5 or 6. Is this true? Does heel pain come from this?
Thank You, S Perkins

Posted By Suzanne Perkins on May 10, 2010 at 13:34:08:

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Helps strengthen the kneecap mechanism by applying pressure on the tendon above the kneecap as well. This tends to reduce the forces of the quadriceps on the patella tendon and erosion of the under surface of the kneecap due to a possible misalignment of the quadriceps (Q-angle).

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