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Saucony Virrata: Does the glass slipper fit? by {lifeasa}RunningMom Posted Tue 05 Mar 2013 12:39pm Oh the land of fairy tales! Being the analytical minded person I am, I always found it hard that out of the whole village, the glass slipper only fit Cinderella. Honestly, don't you think there could have been at least one other maiden in the land with the same sized foot? But life isn't a fairy tale. Just one look at my feet would convince us ... Read on »
My Left Foot by Foodie McBody Posted Mon 31 Oct 2011 11:34pm Yup, that's EXACTLY where it hurts! I can’t believe it. Just as I was feeling SO AWESOME about the open water swim yesterday , I had to turn my attention to my left foot which has been getting progressively more painful over the last week. Today when I woke up it was really swollen and tender. Oh MAN! I went to my podiatrist (who is ... Read on »
Diabetes & Feet by Encompass Network Partners .. Posted Tue 22 Sep 2009 12:00am Diabetes affects the body's blood circulation which in turn affects the feet. Extreme cases of nerve and foot disorders (neuropathy) may lead to foot/leg amputations also known as lower extremity amputations or LEAs. Why do people with diabetes have to take care of their feet more than those with no diabetes? According to the American Dia ... Read on »
Plantar Fasciitis and Your Foot Wear by Dr. Daniel Kalish Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:01pm As a full blown San Diego beach girl, as well as having spent 10 years of my life living in the islands, unless the temperatures drop below 50 and the ground is wet, it is very rare you will find me in anything but “slippers” otherwise identified as flip flops! That was of course until I began experiencing foot pain…now you would think that, ... Read on »
Barefoot running hits the mainstream with new foot shaped shoe by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 24 Sep 2009 10:01pm 1 Comment You' ve probably seen (or at least heard about) marathon runners that will run 26.2 miles wearing only shorts shirts, but no shoes. This year the barefoot running trend seems to be hitting its stride---pardon the pun. More and more curious runners are trying to run the way the good Lord intended them to run---without shoes. Why? ... Read on »
The Most Common Questions I'm Asked About Barefoot Running by Erskien Lenier Patient Expert Posted Sat 30 Jan 2010 9:51am First concept to understand is to think of how hard a horse with horseshoes clops down on the pavement. Then think about how graceful, silent and low impact a mountain lion or cougar would walk or run across the same terrain or pavement. Huge difference in shock or force put into the feet and the ground. Like the horse and the big thick ho ... Read on »
I’m not as happy as I used to be by Paula K Posted Thu 23 Sep 2010 12:00am I know this because B informed me of it today! B works nights but had to go into work this morning for his stage 2 grievance meeting over his salary.  Long story but when the distribution part of the company he worked for got outsourced 2 1/2 years ago he was TUPE transferred to the new company.  However when he changed sites his salary ... Read on »
I nearly had to have my foot amputated … by Laurachora Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 10 May 2011 2:30am On Sunday The Husband accidentally broke one of our kitchen windows.  Being the clumsy one of the household I said nothing but silently basked in the glory of not being the culprit. Tonight as I was walking across the kitchen I stood on a rogue piece of glass which sliced through my sock and into my foot.  Not being dramatic at all I flaile ... Read on »
Guest Post: FootQuest 9000 Part 1 by KovasP Posted Wed 18 May 2011 8:24am FootQuest 9000. A double-feetured tale of running, recovery and unrecoverable puns. Part 1. When you last heard from me, the bottoms of my feet felt like crunchy doughnuts, and I was grabbing for a glass of milk that was forever out of reach. I had been running singletrack trails for a year. I had run through all seasons, through summer swe ... Read on »
That’s Odd. My Legs and Feet, I Mean. by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Wed 29 Sep 2010 1:21pm I noticed it for the first time in the shower this morning.  (Get your mind out of the gutter.)  How odd.  I could feel the splashing on my lower legs and feet.  But I couldn’t feel the HEAT.  Especially on the right side. So, I ran the water up my legs and noticed I started feeling the around my knees.  So, back down my shins and ... Read on »