Want to Run a Marathon in 2020? Hit Your Goal with these Tips from Our Concord Podiatrist

January 1, 2020
This is it: the year you’re going to run a marathon, half-marathon, 10k, or even 5k race. Awesome! Whatever your fitness goals from the upcoming year, here are some tips from our Concord NC podiatrist that will help protect your feet, knees, and ankles as you train.  Start Your Training...
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Our Concord Foot Doctor Shares Tips to Protect Your Feet and Ankles this Winter

December 17, 2019
From ankle sprains caused by slips and falls, to frostbitten toes, it’s safe to say that winter is not a good time for feet. However, taking a few simple precautions can save you from having to wear an ankle brace all winter (or worse—require foot surgery). Below are a few...
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What High Heels Really Do to Your Feet – Ask a Concord NC Podiatrist

August 20, 2019
In the Western world, few things are seen as stylish and glamorous as a pair of high heels—the higher, the better. However, the fact that high heels hurt your feet is far from a secret. Today, our Concord NC podiatrist explains how high heels really put your feet—and entire body—at...
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10 Tips For Reducing High Heel Pain, from Our Harrisburg Foot Doctor

May 7, 2019
Spring is almost here, bringing with it plenty of weddings, graduations, and miscellaneous events that call for high heels. As podiatrists specializing in foot and ankle care, our number one high heel tip is “don’t wear them,” but if you’re itching for the glamorous look that only heels can bring,...
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The Most Common Foot and Ankle Injuries to Watch Out For, According to Our Podiatrist in Harrisburg NC

March 19, 2019
Hitting your workout too fast or too hard after a long period of rest can put strain on your heels, calves, tendons, and joints. Therefore, be sure to build up your conditioning slowly, and look out for the following common foot and ankle injuries as you hit the track, basketball...
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Our Harrisburg Foot Doctor Explains How Dancers Can Take Care Of Their Feet

March 2, 2019
Of the 208 bones in the human body, 52 are located in the feet alone. It’s no wonder they’re so complex, when one considers all they have to do: support the entire weight of the body, absorb shock from jumping, and propel it forward. For dancers, who put exceptional stress...
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