Case Study: Weak Toes

In a recent blog I covered the testing of the feet and ankles.

Today we are going to cover the case of Jeremy Reilly, a personal trainer and golf pro.

Jeremy published a video which showed his lack of ankle dorsiflexion.

Jeremy’s approach, like 99% of therapists and trainers was to try to regain mobility through exercise. I wondered if there might be another way.

Since all joint movement is facilitated by muscles which pull through a range of motion, I wondered if a weakness of his ankle dorsiflexors or toe extensors might be the problem, so I offered to check him for those problems.

In this video you will see that we did indeed find weakness of his toe extensors and how I used the Afferent Input principles to find the solution.


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Simon King has been a health practitioner for 30 years. offers a new paradigm that can quickly resolve long-term and difficult health issues.

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