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What Are Shin Splints?

  If you’re asking the question, what are shin splints, you may have been feeling some pain in the area of your shin, which is your tibia bone.  Shin splints is a general term for pain anywhere in the lower leg. Some experts define it as medial tibial pain along the proximal two-thirds of the […]

Plantar Fasciitis: Prevention & Treatment

The Planta Fascia is a ligament that runs along the bottom of the foot. The tendon attaches at the heel bone and runs forward to the metatarsal heads in the forefoot area just behind the toes. This ligament, when stretched, becomes inflamed and can tear to create pain in the arch and heel areas. The condition […]

Posterior Tibial Tendonitis

POSTERIOR TIBIAL TENDONITIS Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 Posterior Tibial Tendonitis, which runs along the foot and inside the ankle, develops due to overuse or strain.  When this tendon fails to perform correctly, additional foot disorders such as arch pain, heel pain, heel spurs, fallen arches (flat feet) or even plantar fasciitis can develop. Strain results […]

Insoles Make My Shoes Too Tight. What Can I Do?

Generally, Insoles take up a little more room in your shoes than the standard factory insoles that come with the shoes.  This is because the replacement Insoles have more cushioning, more arch support and provide benefits such as deep heel cups, metatarsal pads, and forefoot cushioning. The tradeoff is, they are thicker which means they […]