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This possibly shows more weight-bearing on your left side, a left-right balance issue.
anon: but my left leg is weaker.
Hi Mad Dog, It's me. Sorry I could not sign in when I left the previous message. Sometimes the body compensates when one side is known to be "weaker". When you said weaker, there are many reasons. For example, if the left is weaker as a supporting leg, it may be because it has tibial torsion or pronation. In this case, there would be more pressure on the foot itself because the weight cannot distributed properly from left to right. It is difficult to judge without seeing you. But it's my educated guess. Does it make any sense?
airchild: ha, u talk like a physiotherapist, r u one? nah, i am fine, will ask my ballet teacher. thanks.
Hi hi,I'm a Posture Alignment Specialist.
airchild: thanks anyway, if i need professional advice, will definitely talk to my physiotherapist or ballet instructors. :) this post is just for fun.
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