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How to select the supra sneakers ?

21st March 2011
A pair of comfortable supra shoes with you running, walking, can let your sports it become more achievements. With new technology is widely used in the sports shoes, you need more knowledge to know supra sneakers. Inferior sports shoes that would not onl... Read >
Author: freerobert

Hammertoe Surgery: Why and How Hammertoes Are Corrected

06th December 2010
Hammertoes are perhaps the most common foot deformity one can develop over a lifetime. In this condition, the toes (except the big toe) will slowly begin to contract upward, at one or both joints in the toe. This can lead to painful corns, and to pain wit... Read >
Author: Scott Kilberg DPM

How to Choose the Best Cross Trainer Shoes

19th August 2010
How to Choose the Best Cross Trainer Shoes Selecting a pair of cross-trainer shoes is a bit more complicated than your average footwear hunt. Not only should you take into account the type of sport you plan to engage in while wearing the shoes, but how... Read >
Author: bobdaughty

Two Running Shoes That Provide The Best Value

18th May 2010
Tired of seeing running shoes with added features that really don't do anything for you? Here are two no frills running shoes that give you the best bang for your buck. ASICS Gel Pulse - ASICS made this shoe with the minimalist in mind. They've skipped... Read >
Author: Blaine S Molkowski

Zumba Shoes For Higher Arches

29th April 2010
If you have got higher arches you most likely have a very hard time performing any kind of sports related routines. Arch discomfort is a typical issue for folks with high arches that get involved in Zumba class. Unfortunately, you can't buy a whole lot of... Read >
Author: badgolfer828

Midsoles: EVA versus PU

30th September 2009
When deciding which running shoe to buy, perhaps the most important feature of the shoe is its midsole. You can't see the midsole (it is sandwiched between the outsole and the insole), but it is largely responsible for the cushioning your feet, knees, hip... Read >
Author: jane baron

Causes and Treatments for Overlapping Toes

24th September 2009
Overlapping toes is usually a congenital deformity that causes one toe to lie on top of another toe. It most often occurs with the little toe, but the middle toes can also be affected. Sometimes overlapping toes develop as the result of other foot conditi... Read >
Author: jane baron

Athletes Beware: Overpronation and Arch Pain Cannot Be Ignored

16th September 2009
Arch pain and over-pronation can cause issues for people in every stage of life and can even distress an athlete's performance in every way. For those who suffer from this type of pain, there are 3 likely causes that many people may not even know about. M... Read >
Author: Salomon

Orthopedic Insoles made from Memory Foam

16th July 2009
"Memory foam" has recently become popular among lines of orthopedic shoes and orthopedic insoles. This visco-elastic material is designed to conform to the shape of your feet. Memory foam actually changes shape when you wear it (just as if you were making... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Treatment for Cavus Foot

15th July 2009
Q: What is the best way to treat Cavus Foot? A: Cavus Foot can usually be treated using a combination of orthopedic devices that protect the foot from pain and provide the foot with extra support, especially when it comes to stability and balance (some... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Choosing an Orthopedic Sandal

10th July 2009
It's not easy to find a pair of sandals that properly supports your feet. But after an entire summer of sandal wearing, you'll wish you had. Most sandals - with their flat, thin sole - simply don't cut it when it comes to supporting the arch, heel, toes a... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Over-pronation explained...

19th June 2009
Over-pronation, fallen arches and flat feet Pronation and Supination are common terms that are often associated with fallen arches, high arches, flat feet etc. This article discusses the significance of these terms and enumerates the particular problem... Read >
Author: painfreewalking

Long Term Affects of Polio: What’s the Difference Between Flat and Flaccid Feet?

18th May 2009
The quick and crucial answer to the question, "What's the difference between flat and flaccid feet?" is that flat feet, though they have fallen arches, retain mobility whereas flaccid feet have lost the ability to move at all. Both conditions are long ter... Read >
Author: Kent

Wearing High Heel Shoes and Platform Shoes

10th April 2009
High heel shoes come in many different styles as well as heights. You can find high heel shoes that have an 8 inch heel as well as those that have a 3 inch heel by going online and looking for sexy shoes. These shoes make your legs look nice and will give... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

How Can Runners Prevent ITBS?

17th December 2008
One of the most common overuse injuries among endurance athletes is ITBS. ITBS is Illotibial Band Friction Syndrome. Other common names for ITBS are Illiotial Band Syndrome and IT Band Syndrome. ITBS is a common cause of knee pain among cyclists and runne... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler
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