The Sub-Talar Joint. The body's steering wheel.
Updated: Jan 13, 2020
"Perfect foot structure isn’t needed to walk comfortably, yet our clients do require good functional movement in several key joints to lessen wear and tear and reduce damaging knee, hip and low back compensations."
In sports massage and remedial therapy, the foot is too often overlooked as a source of pain and discomfort occurring in other areas of the body, particularly the hip and lower back. In the article below, Erik Dalton the founder of the Myoskeletal Alignment Technique, explains the importance of the Sub-talar joint.