Author Archives: Foot Doc

My face met the ground the first time I wore heels. Ok, maybe that was bit of an exaggeration. I didn’t exactly fall but I came pretty close.  I wonder what went wrong. Could it possibly have been the height? No, they were only 3 inches. Despite how “low” I thought the heel was, research […]

I have a confession. Can you keep a secret?? … I am a podiatrist, and I love wearing high heels! Shhh! Most of us know that the age-old consensus regarding long term use of high heels is that they are bad for your feet, right? They can cause and/or exacerbate corns & calluses, ingrown toenails, […]

Running for “The Big Guy” In the green shorts standing at 6ft tall and weighing in at 270lbs.  He has completed several half marathons, a plethora of 10k’s and 5k’s.  He is free of foot pain, knee pain, hip pain, or back pain.  He is “The Big Guy.” Big Guys can run too.  If you […]

If you all are like me and enjoy occasionally people watching as you sit in a public place as a park, I’m sure you have observed a person in the process of what they perceive to be running. Often times in the novice runner early attempts at running may come out looking more like a […]

I love running. Some people run to exercise, but I exercise to continue running. My knees can no longer take 7 days of running, so I mix it up with spin classes, Kettlebell classes, and cardio sculpting. However, they are all a distant second to running. I grew up in Boston. My parents were frugal […]

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