Jul 15, 2013
1- Wearable computers will
be inside us
2- First ever head
transplants are possible and not far off.
printed casts for shoe fit.
The new future ?
4- FB reader sent us a
I have anterior pelvic tilt and overpronation of the right
at gait, LEFT foot does toe off properly and straight.
However, RIGHT foot moves towards my center at toe off. It just
sort of caves in & moves in as well.
I managed to really reduce that(i think) from massages and
strengthening glutes etc but I would just like to know what causes
that so I know what to target.
Once again, congratulations on your work. Not only has it not been
done before over the whole internet it is excellent.
-a tormented athlete with postural difficulties
5- Another FB reader asks
question about heel spurs, plantar fascitis, ankle
6- Questions from a field
I have a couple questions for you that you could possibly use
or you could simply answer them via email.
1) Ivo, in one
of your videos on muscle function you talk about muscle
inhibition. I always thought the CNS simply chooses
not to recruit all of the motor units in a muscle or chain of
muscles to protect from injury, compensate, etc. You
mentioned in your video the CNS somehow recognizes the spindles in
these motor units are already "turned on" so they will not
activate. I'm not sure I have this correct but I was hoping
you could elaborate on this confusing but interesting neurological
7- Patient case
Runner comes in and says "i keep landing on the outside of my left
foot when i run, it is there a little when i walk, but more
prominent when i run. Everywhere i read the armchair experts are
saying to just let foot strike happen naturally. Do i leave
this alone ? Oh, and my left hip is always tight."