A wide variety of conditions can occur in the lower leg, foot and ankle, with a majority of them the result of repetitive overuse. Tightness in the calf muscles and the mobility of the nerves in the lower limb can profoundly affect the functioning of the foot and ankle and should be routinely addressed when treating this region.
Applying the Bodyspanner's local-regional-global model, the general stability of the lower limb as well as core strength is important to consider when treating this region.
Below is a list of conditions most commonly associated with the lower leg, foot and ankle. Read through these to assess which one most closely fits your symptoms, for the lower leg and get started.
Be sure to check that you don’t have any ‘red flag’ symptoms which means you will first need to consult with you health practitioner before using the Bodyspanner.