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Every morning when you wake up, what’s the first thing that hits the ground? Hopefully, it’s your feet! Feet are so important and yet, they tend to be neglected by most people until a chronic problem arises. As our chiropractors at Caron Chiropractic Clinic examine their patients, they have found that many of the complaints they are hearing are all linked to the way the individuals walk! While some pain is obvious and can be easily traced back to their walking, some pain even in the neck is found to be directly related to how our foot hits the ground. So how do we improve this? As chiropractors, we can help with proper posture and alignment and even provide pain relief. However, it’s not necessarily going to solve the root and mechanism of injury. This is why Caron Chiropractic Clinic saw an immediate need in St Paul, Minnesota for Orthotics.

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MN Chiropractor | Foot, Ankle & Arch Pain

Day after day, your feet and ankles take quite a beating, especially when you play sports. Sports such as running, basketball, high impact aerobics, tennis, racquet sports, and baseball, all involve considerable ground impact. From the repeated pounding that runners’ feet receive on paved surfaces to the side-to-side motion seen in court sports, there’s no question that athletes’ feet and ankles are prime candidates for injuries.

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Minnesota Orthotics | Foot Pain | Heel Pain | Plantar Fasciitis

You probably realize that health is complex … if one part of the body system suffers, you’re likely to see consequences in other areas of your life. No discussion about bones, muscles, and joints would be complete without talking about your feet. They keep us grounded, get us where we need to go and bear the brunt of every step you take. But instead of treating our tootsies with the attention they deserve, we often sacrifice the health of our feet for fashion.

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MN Chiropractor | Orthotics St Paul MN

Does one (or even both) of your heels hurt?  If so, you aren’t alone. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain in today’s population. A study by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) has found that nearly 40 percent of all Americans have suffered from heel pain at some point in their lives.

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