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Chapter 12v: IASTM Techniques for Lower Body

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Ankle Conditions 5. Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Pathophysiology: Is compression or entrapment of the posterior tibial nerve within the tarsal tunnel as a result of over/excessive pronation resulting in tendonitis of the long flexor and posterior tibial tendon. Risk Factors: Hereditary, excessive weight, improper/poor shoes, excessive pronation of foot. Sign and Symptoms: Pain, numbness and parasthesias […]

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