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Getting Help With My Feet

Nothing is more frustrating than encountering a strange medical condition. Unfortunately, a few years back, I started having a hard time walking properly. After going to a few doctors, they discovered that I developed the inability to walk without rolling my ankles. However, my doctors sent me to a skilled orthopedist, who was able to prescribe custom orthotics to help me with the problem. Before I knew it, I was able to walk well again until the problem resolved itself. My visit to that specialist has made a huge difference in my life, and I know that it can do the same for you.

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A Quick Post-Run Core Workout To Help Prevent Injuries

Keeping the muscles in your abdomen, back, and backside strong will help ensure you run with proper form, even when you're tired. And good form translates to a lower risk of running injuries! You don't have to spend hours slaving away in the gym to maintain your core strength. Doing a quick core workout a few times per week after your run is sufficient in most cases. Here are three simple exercises for your post-run core workout. Read More 

Pain In Your Feet When Running? Learn How An Orthopedist May Be Able To Help You

Running can be a great way to build muscle and lose weight. If you have recently started running, but have noticed that you are having a lot of pain in your feet, consider going to an orthopedist to make sure that you are not actually hurting your feet when you are running. The guide below walks you through what you can expect when you go to the orthopedist. Have a Discussion Read More