A hyperpronated foundation causes significant changes in the body:

Forward leaning, rounded shouldersBack and shoulder pain Head Forward

Muscle spasms in neck, shoulders and upper back
Headaches
TMJ Disorder

   
Forward rotated pelvis (swayed back)

Low back pain resulting from increased stress on the lower back muscles

Unlevel Pelvis

Instability of the spine, pain and illness caused by sub-optimal nerve function

   
Knees moving medially when walking

Pain from ligament tension and meniscus fractures

 

 
   
Falling Arches

Heel pain from stretching the ligaments in the foot

Collapsing Ankles

Ankle pain from jamming the ankle joint and rotational forces in the ankle

Hyperpronation is characterized by collapsing ankles. People who hyperpronate are more susceptible to musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses when standing, walking twisting, bending and lifting.

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