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As the name suggests, athlete's foot is often found on the feet of athletes and runners, and it be difficult to avoid and treat. So, if you’re a runner, athlete, or have kids who play sports, how can you avoid itching, burning, and stinging toes and feet? These 5 tips can help you prevent athlete’s foot, so you and your kids can keep running and playing sports without any discomfort.Read More
The fall season means sports like football, soccer, and cross country are in full swing. Sports are great for kids because it gets them off the couch and outside where they can run around and play with other kids their age. But, where there is a competitive sport, an injury isn’t too far away. Injuries happen. And sports practices and games can put a lot of pressure on your child’s legs and feet. Here’s how you can catch your kid’s foot pain and manage injuries before they spiral out of control and keep your child off the field or cross country course.Read More

How to Treat and Prevent Blisters

10/18/2017 11:18 AM

When you hear that someone has a blister, you probably don’t think twice about it. It’s just a tiny blister, right? There are certainly worse problems to have. While this may be true, all the runners out there know how dangerous a blister can be to their training schedules. Blisters don’t typically cause serious issues, but they can sideline a runner and prevent him from completing a race if left untreated.Read More

heel insertsIf you’re suffering from heel pain, the proper footwear can go a long way. In some cases, it can even relieve your pain completely. For those with foot pain, the old saying of “if the shoe fits, wear it,” isn’t always true. In reality, it’s quite the opposite. The shoe not only should fit properly, but it should provide ample support and cushioning and keep your foot in a natural position. But sometimes life gets in the way: a pair of athletic shoes are typically the most comfortable, but that doesn’t always go with a fancy dress for a wedding or business suit for your big presentation. And the reality is that flats don’t always provide the proper support needed, especially if you have foot pain or problems.Read More

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enduranceEndurance sports are different from other exercise, in length and level of intensity. Make sure you’re using the right athletic insoles for the job.

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children's feetAs much as you want to, you can’t just keep your child in a bubble until they’re done growing. Getting them outside is healthy and keeps your child active, and hey, accidents happen. But there are a few conditions and injuries you can at least be aware of to ensure the health and safety of your child’s feet.

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athletic insolesNo matter what kind of athlete you are, you know how important proper footwear is to your performance and health of your feet. Worn out athletic shoes can lead to blisters, pain, and foot injuries that can sideline you from your sport or running routine. If buying a new pair of shoes isn’t in the cards for you, a good way to make your shoes last longer is athletic insoles. Here’s how sports orthotic insoles can help protect and support your feet, and maximize your performance:

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Orthotic sandals provide health benefits and foot safety flip flops don’t. View the infographic to learn how custom orthotic sandals work.

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Endurance Insoles

6/12/2017 1:11 PM

Endurance athletic insoles are a great addition to your shoes if you participate in high-impact activity or long periods of exercise. With light and flexible arch supports, endurance insoles give you the comfort you need without a rigid arch. Learn how insoles can be a benefit to injury prevention in different sports.Read More
Haven’t you heard? Compression socks are the latest craze! From pilots and flight attendants to runners and those who are diabetic, compression socks are extremely beneficial - and for good reason. Compression therapy is a common form of maintenance and recovery for many different injuries and conditions because it effectively increases blood flow. If you’re new to the world of compression therapy, below is a crash course in compression sock and how they can benefit your specific needs.Read More
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