The Aristocratic Foot: A Sign of Nobility?
The foot is an architectural marvel, an engineering masterpiece. But with the Morton's foot (second toe longer than your first toe), certain injuries can occur.
Holiday Shopping for Shoes
This day and age, everything is rapidly changing. But as you wrap up your holiday shopping, be aware of some of the changes in athletic shoes. Here's why.
Common Dance Injuries
Dancing is all about twisting, turning and moving. While exciting, these actions can cause injuries. Here's how to dance without seeing "stars."
Sever's Disease in Youth Athletes
Heel pain in soccer players is often caused by a condition known as Sever's Disease. Here's what to expect.
Plantar Fasciitis: The Basics
What causes this common injury in athletes? What can be done to alleviate it? Dr. Weiss discusses.
A New Concept for Your Feet
Do you have foot-related issues? Consider functional orthotics for your feet, which are the foundation of your body.
Buying an Athletic Shoe
A shoe must be built for safety. The higher intensity of your workout, the higher the chance for overuse or injury. Learn about important factors in choosing a running shoe.
Exercise for Health
New research shows, one in three patients who visit a physician or other health professional, had been told to start or maintain physical activity or exercise. This is important especially with the large number Baby Boomers who are now retiring.
Hills for Strength
Hill training is a natural way of developing muscles rather than using equipment. This will improve the ability of the heart to circulate blood.
Runners Should Avoid Overtraining
This is the time of the year when you should reduce your training session. Race schedules tend to slow down and it is time to give your body a chance to recover from any lingering injuries.