R.I.C.E. is Wrong: Healing Injuries | By Dr. Andrew Wojciechowski, ND

The RICE protocol — Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation — has been the most popular treatment method for acute musculoskeletal injuries since Dr. Gabe Mirkin coined the term in his popular 1978 Sportsmedicine Book. Ubiquitous amongst healthcare and athletics alike, RICE works well to quickly reduce symptoms so we can get back to whatever we were … Continue reading R.I.C.E. is Wrong: Healing Injuries | By Dr. Andrew...
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Natural Foot Health Strategies for Athletes in Cleats (and basketball shoes, other specialty athletic footwear, etc.) | By Dr. Andrew Wojciechowski, ND

Athletes! Many of you have sacrificed your feet to athletic footwear for far too long. It shouldn’t have to be this way. Sport-specific footwear is often full of the latest and greatest technology, designed to help protect the foot while enhancing athletic performance—yet basic human anatomy is ignored. There are virtually zero options for foot-shaped … Continue reading Natural Foot Health Strategies for Athletes in Cleats...
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A Closer Look At Shin Splints | By Dr. Andrew Wojciechowski, ND

SHIN SPLINTS Shin splints, sometimes called medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) or tibial periostitis/fasciitis, are one of the most common lower leg injuries seen in athletics. Shin splint pain typically radiates along the medial and posterior edges of the shin bone (tibia) and is often associated with a sudden significant increase in activity, such as … Continue reading A Closer Look At Shin Splints | By Dr. Andrew...
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Can Correct Toes® Toe Spacers Be Worn With Shoes? | By Ray McClanahan, DPM

Yes. Correct Toes toe spacers can be worn inside of natural footwear or naturally shaped shoes. Look for the Correct Toes Approved™ designation. What it means to be Correct Toes Approved Correct Toes are the only toe spacers designed to be worn with shoes. Not all footwear will accommodate your foot while wearing Correct Toes. … Continue reading Can Correct Toes® Toe Spacers Be Worn With Shoes? | By Ray McClanahan,...
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