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OMG: 'Crunchies' in the feet

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Craig Payne, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    I regularly delve into the cess pool that is pseudoscience and it does take a lot to surprise me (I still recovering from the chemtards one).

    This one surprised me...
    You know those trigger points that you often can palpate in the arch in the intrinsic muscles, most often in those with plantar fasciitis ... well these "crunchies" are not really trigger points, they are:
    That was the first alarm bell that something was up, as there are no "studies" that have actually shown that. Then came this:
    There you have it! (source)
     
  2. Craig Payne

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    This reminded me of this thread:
    Finally, we have the cause of flat feet
     
  3. JaY

    JaY Active Member

    Dear Craig - very interesting reading!

    Can you help me understand exactly what a "crunchy" is. How do I go about feeling for it? What do I do about it?

    Thanks,
    Janine
     
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