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subtalar joint in plantar heel pain

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by rachel nicol, Dec 15, 2009.

  1. rachel nicol

    rachel nicol Welcome New Poster


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    Hi I am a physiotherapist in Nottingham England. this site was recommended by a podiatry colleague. I am interested to know if anyone has found/looked for an association between subtalar joint mobility/stiffness and "plantar fasciitis". a recent article (august 2009) looked at the effect of mobilising this with good results (Journal of orthopaedic and sports physical therapy). but as physios we don't measure it but compare feel of lateral glide of calcaneus on talus with non symptomatic side and if we/or the patient perceives a difference will mobilise it.
    any thoughts, comments opinions would be very interesting to hear.
    thank you everyone
     
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