If you are an athlete or just an active person, the health of your feet and ankles is vital to your participation in the sports you love. Follow our podiatrist’s blog to get injury prevention tips and to find out when you should see a podiatrist for heel, foot, or ankle pain. Staying informed will keep you on your feet.

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  • Common Running Injuries As spring is coming into full effect, the thought of going for a run sounds more appealing, but you should beware of common running injuries.
  • Runners: Fit Feet Finish Faster | Foot Problems Common in Runners All types of runners can improve their performance by keeping their feet in top condition and taking steps to control foot problems common in runners.
  • Spring: Ankle Sprain Season Spring is sports season for many amateur athletes in the South Jersey area. It's also ankle sprain season for the doctors at Cornerstone Foot & Ankle.
  • Pain in Your Feet? Better Take a Seat! Many adult, adolescent, and child athletes are playing with minor but persistent foot pain that could be a sign of a more serious injury.
  • Common Basketball Injuries Whether you play pick up at your local park or you're trying to become the next Michael Jordan, basketball injuries can happen to anyone.
  • Kevin Ware Injury - Compound Fracture In the March Madness Tournament, Kevin Ware landed awkwardly after attempting to block a three-point shot and suffered a compound fracture to his right leg.
  • Keep Your Feet Safe at the Gym in the New Year Foot and ankle surgeon, Taral Shah, offers tips for foot safety while at the gym. Don’t let foot injuries keep you from your fitness resolutions!
  • Hiking and Severe Blisters “Walking up and down steep hillsides puts stress on the muscles and tendons in the feet and ankles, especially if you haven’t conditioned properly.
  • The Four Signs of Injury How do you know the difference between foot and ankle pain from an injury, and soreness from a great workout? It’s simple – just look for these four clues.
  • Shoes for Sports | New Jersey Podiatrist Shoes for sports can really affect the way you play. If you participate in a certain sport at least two times a week, you should wear a sport-specific shoe.