Sport awareness has increased over the past few years, and we find a concomitant increase in sports injuries. 65% of all sports injuries occur in the lower limbs, With correct diagnosis, including biomechanical testing (gait), it is possible to prevent with correct diagnosis, including biomechanical testing (gait), it is possible to prevent and q or treat such injuries, e.g. imbalance, curvature of legs, flat feet, excessive flexibility, burning feet, etc.
Correct solution of postural and gait problems may also relive low back pain, knee pains, etc.
The clinic provides guidance through lectures in different settings (fitness centers, sports club, etc).

Soldiers perform extremely intensive physical activities, and are exposed to risks such as: stress fractures and recurrent sprains, as well as to foot diseases such as fungal infections, ingrown toenails. They should receive comprehensive attention within the conditions under which they operate.
The clinic provides pre-recruitment guidance through lectures in different settings, and follows up the new recruits and soldiers throughout their military service.

Stress fractures
Stress/gait fractures may occur at the neck of the bone or distally, any bone may be involved. Most frequently: second or third metatarsals, tibia or fibula.

These are caused by a biomechanical change.
Bone structure
Recurrence of mild trauma
New / unusual activity
Local pain, redness, swelling
x-rays-3 weeks later.

1. Ice
2. Rest
3. Avoidance of physical activity
4. dressings/support bandages
5. plaster – osteoporosis
6. Anti-inflammatory steroids

Caused by stumbling, falling, or twisting the ankle. If this is not treated immediately, The pain and limping may continue for months.

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