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Do You Need Custom Orthotics When You Run?

| April 26th, 2018

Posted In: Orthotics, Running

If you’re a runner you know the joy of fresh air in your face and feeling the strength of your body with every stride. Then just as you’re feeling the stress of the day finally fade away you notice that twinge in your knee again. It doesn’t quite, hurt but you can feel a strange […]

How Flat Feet Can Cause Foot Pain While Running

| April 3rd, 2018

Posted In: Running

Do you experience foot pain while running? If you have flat feet, running can become a painful problem. Flatfoot usually forms during childhood when the arches of your feet don’t develop properly, but can also occur as a result of injury, disease, or extra wear-and-tear. The repetitive stress put on your feet and ankles while running can be damaging, […]

3 Types of Foot Strikes That May Cause You Foot Pain While Running

| March 8th, 2018

Posted In: Foot Problems, General Foot Pain, Heel Pain, Running

A foot strike is how your foot connects with the ground during each step. If you experience foot pain while running, a common cause is a disruption in how your foot strikes or impacts the ground. This constant repetition of a poor striking pattern can lead to chronic foot, ankle, and knee pain. If not corrected, […]

Do You Have Foot Pain While Running? Signs it’s Time for New Shoes

| February 13th, 2018

Posted In: General Foot Care, Running

Running is such great exercise and some days there is nothing better than lacing up your shoes and hitting the trail or road. But sometimes running hurts and there’s nothing worse than foot pain while running. While sometimes it’s your diet, being dehydrated, or not getting enough sleep, other times it’s the alignment of your […]

Walking Tips for Anyone Experiencing Foot Pain While Running

| January 18th, 2018

Posted In: Foot Problems, Running

Do you experience continuous or repeated bouts of foot pain while running? If so, you might want to consider a walking program instead. Running can cause pain that affects your daily activities, alters the way you walk, and causes numbness and tingling in your feet. Running can also lead to serious foot and ankle injury, bunions, hammertoes, overpronation, misalignment, […]

Quick Fixes to Avoid Injuries and Foot Pain While Running

| December 21st, 2017

Posted In: General Foot Pain, Running

Runners have to take care of their feet if they plan on participating in marathons or running for pleasure. Many experience foot pain while running because they don’t take necessary precautions. You can avoid pain and discomfort if you use the following tips and protect your feet and ankles from the stress caused by jogging, […]

Why It’s Important to Acknowledge Foot Pain While Running

| November 15th, 2017

Posted In: Foot Problems, Running

Whether you run for the workout, the challenge, for charity, or for love, it starts with a step. Your feet hit the ground and you’re off. And no matter what you run for, every runner knows that foot health comes first. Foot pain while running can be an inevitable side effect for runners, signs your […]

How to Treat Overpronation That Causes Foot Pain While Running

| October 29th, 2017

Posted In: Foot Problems, General Foot Care, Running

When you run, you put between four and seven times your body weight of pressure on your feet, knees, hips, and back. If you have an imbalanced running gait, either over- or under-pronating, that pressure can lead to damage to your feet and ankles. This foot pain while running can lead to compensation elsewhere in […]

Signs You’re Ready to Get Back to Running After Foot Surgery

| October 4th, 2017

Posted In: Foot Surgery, Running

We know that running is what keeps you fit, healthy and sane… and that after a while it becomes a compulsion. This is why we’re committed to helping our runner patients get back to running as quickly and safely as possible after foot surgery. The good news is that in most cases you’ll be able […]

Signs a Runner Should Visit a New Hampshire Podiatrist

| September 13th, 2017

Posted In: Running

Runners give their feet a pounding. With every step you take, the entire weight of your body is centered on your feet and ankles. A 5k run requires over 6,000 steps, which puts a huge amount of pressure on your feet. While we recommend that runners see a New Hampshire podiatrist regularly for checkups and maintenance, […]