Nowadays, merely getting older is not reason enough to be held back by your body’s ability to participate. The latest developments in medicine recognise that, in most cases, the soft tissues of the musculoskeletal system can be rehabilitated. Of course, this does not include nerve tissue damaged possibly due to trauma or to cartilage entering into joints.
Postural / biomechanical recognition, along with gait and functional analysis, can assist in recognising the underlying reasons for painful muscle, joint and nerve conditions such as arthritis and sciatica.
When treating leg and foot aches and pains, recognition of a person’s lifestyle and their own personal goals is essential in creating a program of musculoskeletal rehabilitation.