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Should you invest in an insole for running shoes?

Posted by Jesse Flores on

The many benefits of running are well documented.  Unfortunately, the pounding from running can result in considerable strain to your feet and joints.  The pain and discomfort can last long after your run and may compromise the rest of your day. Extended periods of pain from these injuries may have you considering quitting running altogether. However, insoles for running shoes may be the answer you have been looking for.  Insoles can be easily added to your current running shoes and are an affordable solution to your problems.  The combination of support and cushioning will minimize soreness in problem areas like the foot, ankle, knee, back...

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What is plantar fasciitis – and what can you do about it?

Posted by Jesse Flores on

Heel pain can be an unfortunate and unpleasant consequence of everyday life, particularly for those who are constantly on their feet, with one condition that can arise being plantar fasciitis. The term refers to inflammation of the plantar fascia, a band of tissue stretching from your heel to the bones in the middle of your foot. It serves as arch support as well as a shock-absorber in your foot. Although the exact cause of plantar fasciitis hasn’t been determined, it is thought to result from a series of small injuries to the fascia. Injuries tend to be sustained near where...

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The complete lowdown on ball of feet pain

Posted by Jesse Flores on

The growth or tumor of nerve tissue that is a neuroma can be a great burden for sufferers, with many experiencing ball of feet pain along with a burning or tingling sensation, and possibly some cramp or numbness. Such pain arises from the inflammation of a covering of a nerve endings bundle, or in other words, when the tissue surrounding a nerve becomes enlarged or thickened. Such ball of feet pain can usually be traced to a nerve that has been compressed as a result of the pinching of the third and fourth metatarsal bones. The condition usually affects adults...

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Runner’s knee – what to do about this common source of knee pain

Posted by Jesse Flores on

Also referred to as patellofemoral pain syndrome, runner’s knee is certainly a frequent problem for runners, but it can also strike for many other athletes who spend a lot of time bending their knees in activities like walking, jumping and biking. Although it is characterized as an ache around the kneecap, runner’s knee isn’t really a condition in itself, but rather a loose term for a series of disorders with different causes. You may experience this kind of knee pain as a result of repeated bending of the knee causing irritation in the nerves of the kneecap. Tendons – the...

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What you need to know about metatarsal pain – or metatarsalgia

Posted by Jesse Flores on

Have you recently been experiencing pain in your forefoot that only worsens while you’re walking, running or standing? Or do you feel pain in your toes when you flex them? These are classic examples of metatarsal pain, symptoms of metatarsalgia. Indeed, metatarsalgia isn’t an injury, instead being a symptom or group of symptoms, encompassing pain in the ball of the foot, bruising and/or inflammation, and nor does it have one specific cause. Metatarsalgia arises when the foot is not moving as it should, which often leads to inflammation and with it, pain in at least one of the metatarsal heads....

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