Tag Archives: pedorthist

Shedding the shoe condoms

Earlier this week I got up to run and realized that my full-length orthotics were still in a pair of shoes perched in the back of the car my wife drove to early morning swimming. I thought about that for … Continue reading

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Sandals vs. orthotics

During the early 1980s, I illustrated a book on running biomechanics that was authored by Dr. John Durkin (deceased) and famed running coach Joe Newton of York high school (also deceased). Durkin was a podiatrist to some world-class athletes including … Continue reading

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Problems are almost always underfoot

I met a friend at a local Starbucks yesterday. He told me his running was completely curtailed due to a knee injury. This is a guy that already has completed an Ironman. I’ve cycled with him and he’s got an engine … Continue reading

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So tell me, how do I fix what’s wrong with me? Part 1

By Christopher Cudworth Last Thursday I asked readers of this blog to tell me what vexes them in a piece titled “So tell me, what’s wrong with you.” If you’d like to submit your issue to We Run and Ride … Continue reading

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Runners and cyclists can all benefit from a visit to a pedorthist

PEDORTHIST.   A pedorthist is a foot care specialist, trained specifically in gait analysis, shoe fitting, foot orthoses, custom shoes, wound care and lab fabrication.  –From the Foot Mechanics website The Injury Cycle Injuries to the foot, knee, leg or hip … Continue reading

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