Short foot exercises are important because they help to strengthen the muscles in the foot, which can improve foot and ankle stability and balance. This in turn can help to prevent injuries and improve overall foot and lower limb function. Additionally, these exercises can also help to improve the alignment and mechanics of the foot, which can further help to prevent pain and discomfort in the foot and lower limb. A strong, well aligned and coordinated foot is pivotal to performance in sports and activities of daily living. Let Carlos teach you some short foot progressions to help you prevent injuries and improve performance!
As chiropractors specializing in sports injury and active rehab we are happy to share some clinical pearls about doing exercise with "rehab form" and with injury prevention in mind.