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  • Barefoot Training Helps Prevent Injuries
    Barefoot training is basketball coach’s Chris Dyer’s new solution for treating injuries for his players. Dyer has found that barefoot training offers a variety of benefits, including the strengthening of Read more
  • Wearing High Heels In Moderation
    The holiday season often comes with a long line of events and parties. Many women attend such festivities wearing high heels, and with high heels often comes uncomfortable feelings of Read more
  • Adidas previews Sneaker for Flat Feet
    Many fans of sneakers and streetwear can agree that the adidas Ultra Boost was the best sneaker of 2015. While the original Ultra Boost is great already, a new version Read more
  • Tips to Combat Poor Circulation
    Cold hands and feet may suggest that your body is having circulation problems. Colder temperatures have the tendency to make the blood vessels constrict, sending blood to more vital organs. Read more
  • Six-Week Course helps RA Sufferer
    Thirty-two-year-old barman Peter Boyd was serving customers when he fell asleep over the taps. Prior to the incident, Boyd had been suffering from serious joint pain throughout the body and Read more
  • Cosmos Players play Last Game of Season Injured
    Marcos Senna and Danny Szetela of the New York Cosmos played the last game of Senna’s season with the team, both suffering from broken toes. The two worked through their Read more
  • Study reveals Sleep Apnea may increase Gout Risk
    A recently study published in Arthritis & Rheumatology  has found that having sleep apnea puts one more at risk for developing gout. Sleep apnea, a condition where one’s breathing repeatedly Read more
  • Diabetes Webinar Educates Patients on Foot Care
    Patients in the Northeast Colorado area interested in diabetic foot care benefited from a webinar broadcasted at the end of October. The webinar was fourth in a series of diabetes Read more
  • Plantar Warts more Common in Warm Weather
    Residents residing in southern states such as Florida are more likely to develop plantar warts on their feet due to the warmer weather. While plantar warts are not particularly dangerous, Read more
  • Achilles Tendon Heel Pain
    While there can be several different sources behind heel pain, Achilles tendinitis and Achilles bursitis are two types of heel pain that stem from inflammation in the Achilles tendon. Pain Read more
  • Carlos Hyde’s Foot Pain is not Plantar Fasciitis
    Good news for San Francisco 49ers fans! Carlos Hyde’s foot pain this season is not the result of plantar fasciitis. “I just put too much pressure, too much weight on Read more
  • New 3D Technology can fight Nerve Conditions
    New 3D technology could be used to combat nerve conditions and diseases by allowing better visibility into a patient’s nervous system and give doctors the ability to find the root Read more
  • University Study finds Elderly use Ankles Less
    According to a study conducted at East Carolina University, older individuals take shorter steps than younger walkers and rely less on their ankle muscles for movement. In another study, research Read more
  • Foot Support essential for Low-arch Feet
    Roughly 20% of the population has feet that can be classified as “normal”, with a majority of the population having feet with high or low arches. Problems with low-arch feet, Read more
  • Active Desks can promote Wellness at the Workplace
    Many people already understand that remaining sedentary behind a desk for a full work day can be detrimental for one’s health. To combat this issue, many workplaces have turned to Read more
  • Girl plays Soccer despite Rheumatoid Arthritis
     Alana Rodriguez is like many of the other girls who have competed at the Disney Cup International soccer tournament at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports complex. At 14-years-old, the sport Read more

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