Hip internal rotation is necessary for almost everything we do in human movement in an upright manner. Here’s how to restore it for long-term movement restoration.
The biggest misconception I see is that people think pronation is the collapsing inward of the foot as a whole.
That is not the case, and a collapsed foot is indicative of a foot that is likely compensating into pronation, rather than achieving true pronation.
If your feet are flat, you are not going to get your arch to “re-rise” without a lot of help, especially from something like an orthodic. Pay attention to your pelvis because it’s a primary factor.
Feeling like one side of your pelvis is higher than the other? Or maybe your hips feel “uneven” to a…
Our brain is seeking stability. But we need to be able to go through the “typical” gait cycle as normally as we can if we are to conserve the most energy. If we lack a range of motion we do not possess, compensations can occur up and down the chain to “find” that range of motion that might be lacking where we need it.