Can Running Shoes Be the Solution to Patellofemoral Pain?

Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is a common problem among runners, and treating it can be a challenge for clinicians. One promising treatment option that has gained attention in recent years is the use of minimalist running shoes. These shoes have a low profile and minimal cushioning, which are believed to encourage a more natural running gait and reduce the impact forces experienced by the body while running. Could minimalist running shoes be the key to managing PFP?

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Can Shoes Prevent Injuries? – Justin our Newcastle Podiatrist Explains

Motion-Control Shoes Reduce the Risk of Pronation-Related Pathologies in Recreational Runners: A Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial TINE MARIEKE WILLEMS, PT, PhD CHRISTOPHE LEYELS GOETGHEBEUR, DANIEL THEISEN LAURENT MALISOUX, PhD Can Shoes Stop and reduce Injury? Read on as our Newcastle Podiatrist Justin fills us in! Cracking study which has been analysed by…

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The important parts of athletic shoes! Lifting v running shoes? Squishy v hard?

This video summarises great cushioned footwear at an affordable price range. The important parts of athletic shoes! Lifting v running shoes? Squishy v hard? ¬†Currently there are approximately 1233 different shoe brands on the market. Imagine trying to work out between them which is best. Podiatrists typically understand footwear to some degree. However, with the…

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