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Protect Yourself from Running Injuries This Summer

It is estimated that nearly 80 percent of runners are injured every year. These injuries are often caused by overuse, which is essentially just repeated force on the same area over a prolonged period of time. Sudden changes in training volume, whether you are new or a seasoned vet can also do some serious damage.

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What is a podiatrist?

This might seem like a silly question, but we think it is an important one to answer. By understanding what a podiatrist is, we hope that you with continue to receive the best care possible. And maybe even know better when to visit our office. A podiatrist is a doctor of podiatric medicine (DPM). In

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3 Tips for Preventing Foot Pain

Our feet are the foundation to our bodies. They keep us standing and moving throughout the day. However, when they begin to ache, you will feel it from head to toe–literally. A lot of the foot problems we experience are related to flexibility. If your muscles are really right, they’re not working properly and will

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Say Yes Foot-Friendly Shoes

Look at your shoes—what are you wearing? How do they feel? If you’re wearing heels and are feeling pain, then you’re not doing it right. And if you have on tight, narrow shoes that are suffocating your feet, you’re definitely doing something wrong. The shoes you choose to wear day in and day out can

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Visiting the Podiatrist Has Benefits for Diabetic Patients

If you suffer from diabetes, regular visits to in Manhattan are of great value to your health. Diabetes affects the lives of about 29 million people in the United States. While there is no cure for diabetes, there are steps you can take to keep it in check, such as visiting your podiatrist. By scheduling

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Gait Analysis: What is it?

When you think of gait analysis, what do you think of? Many people think of their podiatrist watching how you run or walk and evaluates your feet and shoes. After a gait analysis is completed, your biomechanical problems will be addressed and a proper treatment option created. Being able to move efficiently is important in

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You change as you age, but so do your feet

If you want to age gracefully, it is important to maintain foot health in order to help you properly move about. Mobility is important for gaining the independence that is needed to help our aging population remain active and healthy. Foot ailments make it difficult and sometimes impossible to work or participate in social activities.

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