Foot Joint Mobilisation

Foot Joint Mobilisation is correcting at the foundation to stimulate and allow the healing of the body structurally. When upright, the body is reliant on the foot for balance and stability. If
any of the 28 bones in the feet are incorrectly aligned (or subluxed) the whole body is affected. The knee can rotate inwards, this then affects the hip, which in turn affects the back, groin and stomach muscles. This abnormal stress can radiate up to the neck and shoulders as the body attempts to compensate for the incorrect alignment of the bones in the feet.

This information was sourced from the following organisation:
Foot Joint Mobilisation www.footjointmobile.co.nz

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