Treatment steps:

1. Pelvis Adjustment: Using side posture, a drop table, or an activator to adjust the pelvis, is crucial to have proper pelvic function when addressing the foot.


2. Knee and Hip Treatment: We then check to see if there is proper movement and activation of glutes and the posterior chain.


3. Foot and Calf Treatment: We can adjust the calcaneus (heel), and address any adhesions or tightness in the calf to ensure the full range of motion is present.


4. Toe Treatment: Here, the focus is on full dorsiflexion, especially of the big toe, which is essential for walking, running, and jumping.


Complementary Therapies:

Acupuncture: After sanitizing the area, needles are inserted into the calf. Patients remain with needles for 12-20 minutes. Typically, treatments are 1-2 times a week for several weeks, with regular progress exams.


To get a more in-depth look at this type of treatment please watch our video on this post. For further information or questions, feel free to reach out. Thank you for letting me be part of your health journey.

Dr. Madeline Klesk

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