Most Common Running Injuries Of The Foot And Ankle

Most Common Running Injuries Of The Foot And Ankle

Does an injury have you sidelined from running?

Can’t wait to get back out there to exercise and reduce some stress?

Unfortunately even if you get the proper running shoes, custom foot orthotics, socks, and stretch properly before running, you can still suffer an injury.

Runner’s World Magazine lists the most common running injuries most of them having to do with the foot and ankle.

Here is the list and links to the articles on each:

What To Do If You Have A Running Injury

We see many of these injuries in our Maryland Podiatry practice. It is best to see a foot specialist at the first sign of un-comfort or pain. Waiting, can prolong the recovery of the injury and in some cases require additional more invasive treatments. Don’t wait until it gets worse, give us a call today at 301-937-5666 to schedule your appointment.

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