|Posted by Maiku on April 5, 2011 at 7:02 PM|
Living in "The City By the Bay" Can Be a
in your legs, in your back, in your neck.
Why, you ask?
Calves, Stressed-out Over-Worked Calves
Our unique topography put us in the postion to walk, ride our bikes, and climb to our favorite cafe/bookstore/yoga studio at an incline, all the while your calves aren't getting a break. Uneven ground puts a huge strain on our Achilles' Tendon thus affecting the muscle that make up the calf. Fatigue alone can cause cramps, knots, burning, and tightness. Over-worked calves causes an adjustment in posture to compensate for the limited ability of our stressed out calves, ultimately resulting in leg pain, lower/mid/upper back pain and neck pain which can lead to headaches, earaches, migraines. This is where I come in.