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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  • 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.
  • How to Keep Your Morning Run Healthy for Your Feet Summer is a great time to stay—or get—active, but you still need to take precautions to ensure your exercise routine is also healthy for your feet.
  • Exercising in the Wrong Footwear Exercising in the wrong footwear can cause more harm than good, especially because foot health is integral to overall well-being.
  • Which Running Shoe is Right for You? Neglecting to wear proper footwear can lead to a variety of foot problems that can impede performance, so find out which running shoe is right for you.
  • Winter Sports and Injuries When talking about winter sports and injuries, several strategies can help prevent injuries, such as having the appropriate equipment.