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Fibromyalgia and gait pattern

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Admin2, Oct 19, 2005.

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  2. Jaimee Brent

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    Due to this, wouldn't it be logical that foot orthoses, even a basic device would be effective in fibromyalgia treatment by increasing probrioception and hence possibly increase the use of ankle plantar flexors and decreasing the need for hip joint over use?
    This also seems to link with the concept that tai chi assists in decreasing fibro pain over the long term...as tai chi also naturally increases proprioceptive responses in the body...
    ANy thoughts???
     
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