Today we will be discussing Pronation Syndrome and how to treat it with Chiropractic care.  Pronation is one of the most common health issues associated with feet and can lead to some well known foot problems such as flat feet, hammer toes, bunions, and widening of the fore foot.
It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and should not be relied on to make decisions about your health.
Craig is your chiropractor for the Outer Banks and can help you with your Pronation and associated foot and ankle problems, as well as any other of your chiropractic needs.
Problem: Pump BumpWhether they're sky-high or mid-heel, this style is notorious for causing a painful knot on the back of the heel.
Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of something you have read on the WebMD Site. The rigid material presses on a bony deformity some women have called a "pump bump." The pressure leads to blisters, swelling, bursitis, even pain in the Achilles tendon. Problem: Unnatural Foot PositionUltra-high heels force the feet into a position that puts stress on the ball of the foot. The most common problem is a lateral sprain, which happens when you roll onto the outside of the foot.
Although thick high heels can still put stress on the ball of the foot, they may reduce the tripping hazard by minimizing unsteadiness.

Poor arch support is also associated with a painful foot condition called plantar fasciitis. Solution: Orthotic InsertsIf you love the look of ballet flats, over-the-counter inserts (shown here) may help prevent mild foot pain.
Podiatrists prescribe these inserts to provide arch support and reduce pressure on sensitive areas.
The risk of getting splinters or other foot injuries is higher when the feet are so exposed.
Problem: Plantar FasciitisA band of tissue called the plantar fascia runs along the bottom of the foot. Walking barefoot, or in flimsy shoes without sufficient arch support, can overstretch, tear, or inflame the plantar fascia.
This common condition can cause intense heel pain, and resting the feet only provides temporary relief. And Brenner points out, "they do have really good arch support." Several have a seal of approval from the American Podiatric Medical Association. Culprit: Pointy ToesThey might be stylish, but shoes with pointy toes squeeze the entire front of your foot together.

Problem: BunionsA bunion is a painful lump at the base of the big toe, which may cause the toe to bend unnaturally. Crowding can cause other toe deformities, along with continuous shoe friction, leading to painful corns and calluses. As we've seen, putting so much stress on the ball of your foot can cause bone and nerve damage and pain.
Research suggests many kids are also wearing the wrong shoe size, which puts them at risk for foot deformities as they grow. Early treatment and use of proper footwear may help to avoid unnecessary wear and tear on the joints of the foot.

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