Because your feet act as shock absorbers and support all your weight, muscle, joint, and bone - problems with your feet are not unusual. In fact, about 75 percent of people will complain about foot pain at some time in their lives. That's because the foot is made up of 26 bones, 33 joints, and 120 muscles — in other words, many moving parts to keep healthy.
Correct your foot mobility and tissues - but also your ankle function! And of course your hip mobility and function. Hip mobility and stability affect
Resilient and robust foot by being barefoot. Barefoot workouts. Take on the goal of using your feet more.
Have Some common foot problems include plantar fasciitis, bunions (a bump at the bottom of your big toe), stress fractures (a thin crack in a toe, ankle, or foot bone), inflammation of the Achilles tendon (which connects the calf muscles to the heel bone), flat feet (also called fallen arches), and heel spurs (an abnormal growth of bone under the heel).
If you’ve had a massage before, you may find Anne’s approach a little different. She blends a variety of modalities into her treatments to offer the body a tailored treatment toward self-healing. Anne offers treatments that focus on pain relief for several conditions, or simply a massage for rest and relaxation.
Whether you are suffering from a specific condition, or just soreness from daily life, a unique treatment plan will be developed for you. Anne also works with pelvic floor physiotherapists to offer pelvic floor massage therapy. The two therapies are complementary to providing the client a well-rounded treatment plan.
Massage therapy sessions may focus on some of these common conditions:
neck pain and stress
chronic low back and hip pain
abdominal and digestive discomfort
pelvic floor balancing
shooting pain/ numbness down leg (sciatic/piriformis)