Hurst Podiatry Blog

Can my feet affect my back and hips?

Yes, the feet and the way they walk won’t always be the cause of back and hip pain but certain movements particularly large overpronation (rolling in) can rotate the lower limb into a position that can contribute to hip and back pain. This is always worth checking if you’re putting up with chronic hip or back pain.

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