• Can EPAT help my Achilles Tendonitis

    Can EPAT help my Achilles Tendonitis

    EPAT® a non-invasive, and highly effective treatment for feet can eliminate pain from Achilles Tendonitis. EPAT® works by increasing the rate of healing for soft tissue injuries, and relieving the pain from Achilles Tendonitis.

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  • Common and uncommon foot issues

    Why do my feet hurt? Your feet are an integral part of your everyday life, and they experience a lot of wear and tear. In fact, it’s estimated that you’ll likely have walked 75,000 miles by age 50. Because of all this use, chances are you’ll develop a foot problem or two throughout your life.

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  • Sprained Ankles: An Inconvenient Injury.

    Rolling Your Ankle Can be Painful and Aggravating. What is an Ankle Sprain? An ankle sprain is fairly common and unfortunately always inconvenient injury! Mainly because we rely on our feet to get around, it can also take several weeks or even months to heal. An ankle becomes “sprained” when it is accidentally twisted and

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  • Work Footwear

    Work shoes are available in many shapes and have unique features and materials designed for specific occupations and uses. Thick leather boots with steel toe boxes are designed to protect your feet. Boots with varying degrees of traction are also available. The American Podiatric Medical Association offers the following guide that matches specific occupational hazards

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  • General Information About Fitness and Your Feet

    Your feet are one of the most overlooked body parts when it comes to exercise, yet they can tell you so much about your overall health. As you exercise, pay attention to what your feet are telling you. Make sure to consult your physician before beginning any fitness program. This includes a complete physical and

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  • Walking and Your Feet

    About 67 million adults in this country have discovered that walking is one of the most fun, natural, and inexpensive ways of keeping your health—and your feet—in top shape. Walking can be enjoyed almost anywhere, any time, and year around. It’s also a good way to get exercise, particularly for people who are out-of-shape.According to

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  • Stretching

    Before beginning any exercise regimen, proper stretching is essential. If muscles are properly warmed up, the strain on muscles, tendons, and joints is reduced.Stretching exercises should take 5 to 10 minutes and ought to be conducted in a stretch/hold/relax pattern without any bouncing or pulling. It is important to stretch the propulsion muscles in the

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  • Tennis

    Quick starts and stops and lots of movements from side to side are the characteristics that make tennis challenging — and stressful on your feet. Amateur and professional tennis players alike are prone to injuries of the foot and ankle, primarily from repeated lateral motions and quick stopping and starting. Clay and crushed stone courts

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  • Golf

    A large part of the attraction of golf is the time spent outdoors. During an 18-hole round of golf, the typical player walks four-to-five miles over the course of three-to-five hours. That’s a lot of time spent on your feet. At the same time, the biomechanics of golf make your feet as important to the

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  • Cycling

    Since the bicycle’s invention in the early 1900s, it has been a favorite form of recreation and sport in the U.S. More than 100 million Americans enjoy biking, either for recreation or, increasingly, for commuting to work each day. While a great workout for most of the body, feet play a vital role in cycling.

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