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Subject: RE: loss of coordination in leg
Body: how do you know if you have a accessory navicular?
Miss Osage County wrote:
Accessory navicular? How many of you on this thread have an accessory navicular? I do.
My point: I've got problems with my hips, including most recently diagnosis of my rotators as well as my adductor being shut down, but I think these issues are the result of another underlying problem: my feet. I think my severe left foot and knee splay are a result of an accessory navicular in my left foot. Go figure if something about the size of a gobstopper/large gumball is wedged up into my arch, it would force my foot to supinate over the years, and/or compress the tendon/nerve/artery under it. Over time this extra bone has sort of forced my foot into chronic external rotation, where I'm stepping on the lateral part of my foot, and my leg sort of tips open to the side when I'm running uptempo. The left foot and knee splay have jacked up my hip, I think, rather than my hip causing my foot and knee problems.
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