SUMMARY OF ISSUES THAT CAN BE ADDRESSED BY A BIOMECHANICAL PERSPECTIVE

    Shin Splints Plantar Fasciitis   Heel Spurs                            Sessamoiditis   Knee & ITB Issues                                         hip & back (foot related)                                   Achilles Tendonitis    Sprains/Strains                       Hammer toes   Chondromalacia Patella                     Spondylolisthesis    Posture   Scoliosis                     Instability    Lower Extremity Fractures                   Trochanteric Bursitis   Limb Length Issues               Piriformis, Adductor, Quad & Ham String issues   

RESISTANT FUNGUS NAIL PROTOCOL: A NEW COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO TREATMENT

BACKGROUND

There are numerous factors involved in the etiology (cause) of Fungus nail infections. Fungus proliferates in an environment that includes darkness, moisture, warmth and various forms of traumatic issues that compromise the circulation in the toes, making it difficult for the body to fight the infection. People who experience resistant toe nail fungus infections have usually experienced black nail, thickened and/or discolored nails and often overlooked various biomechanically related issues like shin splints, Osgood Shlatter’s disease, Sever’s Disease, foot pain, knee pain (77% of all knee issues are caused by biomechanical dysfunction-Lutter LD. Foot related knee problems In the long distance runner. Foot Ankle 1980.1:112-116 ), Iliotibial band syndrome, trochanteric bursitis, etc. These symptoms are associated with various phases of the gait cycle that can traumatize the toenails which is probably the factor that is overlooked in most resistant fungus nail treatments.

PERFORMANCE EFFICIENCY, THE KEY TO STRENGTH AND PERFORMANCE.

Biomechanics is the study of the mechanical principles of living organisms, particularly their movement and structure.[3]

People can easily identify with the title “Automotive Mechanic” yet they have great difficulty in understanding the concept of a “Biomechanics”. Quite simply, just as an “Automotive Mechanic understands and deals with the mechanics of a car a “biomechanical Specialists” understands and deals with the mechanics of the human body. While the logic of understanding the mechanics of the human body can be quite similar to understanding the mechanics of a car, one major difference is that a faulty mechanical problem with a car primarily hurts the pocket, while a faulty mechanical problem with the human body causes pain and often disability.

APPLYING SIMPLE BIOMECHANICS TO PAIN AND VARIOUS ATHLETIC ISSUES

AUTO-MECHANIC  BIO-MECHANIC CAR-MECHANIC BODY-MECHANIC

There are a number of issues that can be addressed by applying some simple biomechanical principles to the human body. For example, many types of back pain, hip pain, thigh pain, knee pain, shin splints, and ankle and foot pain can be diminished and even alleviated completely when one understands the biomechanical CAUSES of the issues. Plato believed in exacting mathematics which is great but complicated, whereas Aristotle took a more practical approach to body issues and utilized math without numbers, which is what I will explain in this article.