Month: July 2017

Cycling Tips To Avoid Foot Injuries

If you have taken up bicycling for commuting, as an aerobic exercise that builds muscles too, or just as a great way to enjoy the scenery with your family, good for you! Biking gives you a great low-impact cardio workout as you tone your muscles. Stavros O. Alexopoulos, DPM urges you to take particularly good […]

How Pronation Affects Your Running

Do you know what pronation is? Do you know that your pronation style has a huge effect on your running, and can put you at risk for foot injuries and shin splints? Pronation indicates how your foot rolls towards your toes after your heel strikes the ground. This important movement helps to distribute your body […]

Can You Keep Bunions From Getting Worse?

Do you have a bunion or two? This foot deformity is very common in the U.S., with 23% of those ages 18-65 – and 35% of those over age 65 – having at least one bunion (data from the National Institutes of Health). A bunion is an enlarged big toe joint. The toe often moves […]

Summer Foot Care Do’s and Don’ts

Don’t let foot pain keep you from enjoying all that summer has to offer.   Our feet do a lot for us and are subjected to all kinds of abuse – in other words, walking, running, hiking and even dancing! So don’t neglect them – instead, keep foot health in mind with footwear and foot […]