Understanding is everything
Like any problem, a physical condition needs to be properly understood in order to be improved.
With the wealth of information available online it can be easy to feel confused and overwhelmed about what’s right for you. Here you’ll find not only relevant information about orthotics and biomechanics but also common misconceptions and myths that I’ll set straight. Anything here that you’d like to discuss or find out more about, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
PODIATRY & BIOMECHANICS is leaded by Christophe Champs, specialised in Chiropody, Podiatry and Biomechanics to share his clinical experience over 12 years working around the world with athletes and challenging cases.
If your Achilles hurt and you feel limited in your daily activity, here are few tips we can give you to improve your condition. Your Achilles tendon always works with its muscles: the calf, and the plantar fascia. Like an elastic band. So make sure you provide your feet with the right foot support. Whether they are flat, high arched or collapsing, your feet might just need to be structured, sustained or simply realigned. It will improve straight away your Achilles which will be more loose (not under tension) and then able to heal properly Also, think about stretching, but stretch with shoes on. Remember than when your foot collapses, this elastic band is under tension and the weakest point is, again, this Achilles ! Music: Mes(s)merized Musician: Philip E Morris