Being active has so many benefits to our overall health, we should all be eager to enjoy activity year-round. However, with Spring coming, we need to remember that we can't just jump right back into where we left off if we haven't been doing anything for the last few months. Get tips for avoiding 3 common springtime over-use injuries.
Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain and can put a damper in your exercise routine. How can you ease the symptoms of plantar fasciitis and feel like yourself again? First, let's take a closer look at this painful problem.
While flat feet are easy to diagnose from the outside with zero medical experience, knowing the reason behind flat feet is incredibly useful when planning to compensate for them during exercise. Read more for common injuries caused by flat feet.
Why does plantar fasciitis happen? The most common cause for this type of pain is plantar fasciitis, an inflammation of the connective tissue around your heel. In this blog post, we explain what causes plantar fasciitis and how to treat it.
There are plenty of causes of foot pain — many of which can make it difficult for you...