Pronation at the forearm is a rotational movement where the hand and upper arm are turned inwards. Pronation of the foot refers to turning of the sole outwards, so that weight is borne on the medial part of the foot. Supination of the forearm occurs when the forearm or palm are rotated outwards.
Besides, how do I stop walking on the outside of my feet?
Also consider the following remedies to help correct your supination, stabilize your feet, and reduce pain.
- Use deep heel cups.
- Use orthotics and insoles.
- Replace worn shoes diligently.
- Use lateral heel wedges—inserts that stabilize your heel to keep your foot from rolling in or out.
What does supination mean in running?
Supination (or underpronation) is the insufficient inward roll of the foot after landing. This places extra stress on the foot and can result in iliotibial band syndrome of the knee, Achilles tendinitis, plantar fasciitis. Runners with high arches and tight Achilles tendons tend to be supinators.
What is it called when you walk on the outside of your foot?
Walking on the outer side of your feet is called "supination." Supination can cause an array of problems, including poor posture, stress on the outer knee, tight Achilles tendons and a painful inflammation of the sole called plantar fasciitis.