Rocker bottom shoes
Rocker bottom shoes help strengthen back muscles, reduce low back pain
Sports Physiotherapy- Researchers of the Sports Physiotherapy master’s degree at Valencia’s CEU Cardenal Herrera University have confirmed, in a new study of their research work into back pain, that unstable shoes improve the strength of back muscles in order to maintain balance and stability when walking.
Forefoot Rocker Sole: A rocker placed just behind the metatarsal heads is much effective at reducing pressure under the ball of the foot and reducing motion in the toe joints. Thus we use it for treating hallux limit us (big toe arthritis) and ball-of-foot pain. Physiotherapy Horsham, Physiotherapy East Grinstead.
Heel to Toe Rocker Sole: This type of rocker sole has the thickest point farther back on the shoe. This type of rocker shoe can be effective for limiting ankle and midfoot movements. Thus, it is helpful when a patient has ankle arthritis or midfoot arthritis. It also can reduce pressure on the heel at heel strike, as the foot rolls faster off of the heel. To contact our Physiotherapy clinic in Horsham or Physiotherapy in East Grinstead please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org, www.anrc-uk.com
ANRC Physiotherapy clinic deals with Sports physiotherapy, MSK physiotherapy, and domiciliary physiotherapy
How to self-manage foot pain and swelling
- Try these things for a week:
- If you can, avoid standing on it-put as little weight as possible on the foot
- Apply an ice pack (or a bag of frozen peas in a towel) on the foot for up to 20 minutes every 2 to 3 hours
- Wear comfortable shoes – for example, avoid shoes with heels
- Take paracetamol