Here is the second quarter article that was published in the Podiatry Review magazine last month (This following on from Article One in March). This one is all about the feet and how they set the base for the Flow Motion Model. Feel so lucky to have been awarded so much space in the magazine to share my thoughts and ideas. Next quarter I write about the Flow Motion Model itself. Article 1 focusses on the principles of Anatomy in Motion, article 2 on the foot and article 3, the FMM.
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In summary, I discuss the foot as a tripod, The necessary movements of both pronation and supination, the movements required to graduate from being a mobile adaptor to a rigid lever, accepting the ground we stand on and proelling us forwards in our gait. I discuss the arches, key bones to condsider, the talus bone and STJ axis, movement anatomy of the foot structures and using movements as a tool for solutions in the feet.
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