in the knee or outside the knee often occurs during
or after excercise, when just standing up again, or
when getting out of bed in the morning.
A vast majority of all lower back and
knee problems, not caused by injury, are actually related
to abnormal foot function. Studies show that foot-related
postural problems can “refer” pain to other
parts of the body. You know that it could be your feet
if the pain or irritation is more noticeable after standing
Knee pain often develops because of flat-feet
fasciitis'. The misalignment in the foot and ankle
causes the knees to turn inwards, which leads to an
improper movement of the knee cap.
In time, the hurtful position of the joints
causes inflammation and pain.
Knee pain can be treated by correcting
the movement of the knee cap. New diagnostic tools like
gait analysis and video
treadmill analysis more accurately isolate foot
and related problems and help formulate effective treatment
methods. Your podiatrist can then realign your lower-limb
joints by supporting the feet with a type of insole
into a normal, aligned position, and the re-alignment
of upper joints in the leg and pelvis will subsequently