Monthly Archives: May, 2014

Ask the Doc!

QUESTION: What are some of the things that I should think of before purchasing running shoes? I sometimes run on hard surfaces and other times on uneven cricket ground. Which brands and types will be good for me? Can you suggest some brands? ANSWER: This Orthopedic Chicago Podiatrist says… To select running shoes, determine which shoes will …

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Tough Mudder Participants – Come Visit Us Today!

This past Sunday to most people was Mother’s Day (happy belated to all those Mom’s out there!), but for some it was a true test for warrior runners – the Tough Mudder. What is the Tough Mudder you ask? The Tough Mudder events are hardcore 10-12 mile (18-20 km) obstacle course challenges designed to test …

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Making Strides

Get more out of running with gait analysis by your podiatrist. In theory, running should be simple: Put on comfortable clothes. Tie shoes. Start running. But if you’re a runner that is tired of chronic injuries, like forefoot pain or shin splints, or one that is trying to accelerate to the next level, consider having a …

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