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Fire Ant Bites and Your Feet We live where fire ants live, or what Kenny Loggins would refer to as the "Danger Zone". Fire Ant Frustrations We live in the South, so it's happened to us all. We are out at a barbeque, picnic, gardening, etc. and all of a sudden, ouch! Fire ants! You didn't even notice you've been standing on...

Posted by on in Running
Top Ten Tips for the Savannah Bridge Run!  It's time again for the Savannah Bridge Run, but are you ready for this 5k? Not to mention the 10K or the Double Pump! Use these simple tips to help you get your best Savannah Bridge Run time yet! Change Your Running Route to Include More Hills - Remember that the Talmadge Bridge has an almost...
New York Giants players have had some difficulty with injuries to the plantar fascia.

Posted by on in Healthy tips for your feet
Foot pain is a common condition and unfortunately, most of us will suffer some sort of foot pain at some point in our life. In fact, a recent American Podiatric Medical Association poll discovered that 25% of all working Americans spend up to 6 hours a day on their feet and up to two thirds of...

Posted by on in Sports and injuries
I know you've seen it on TV. The self proclaimed cure for all of your foot callous needs. The PedEgg has advised itself as the ground breaking foot file that will make your feet feel smooth and soft. It has precision micro files that are thought to remove all hyperkeratotic skin with ease, However, remember not...
The fall season brings about a nice breeze that allows you to enjoy your morning or evening runs around the park, beach, gym or track. While relish the new season, it is important to remember that your athletic shoes are the most important piece of your athletic gear. Picking the right shoes for the seasons can...

Posted by on in Sports and injuries
An ankle sprain is an injury to one or more ligaments in the ankle, usually on the outside of the ankle. Ligaments are bands of tissue-like rubber bands– that connect one bone to another and bind the joints together.In the ankle joint,ligaments provide stability by limiting side-to-side movement.However, not all ankle injuries are sprains; they can...

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