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Cuboid Syndrome: Pain in the outer foot

Attention dancers, runners, and triathletes: Pain in the outer part (lateral) of your foot could be a result of Cuboid Syndrome. The cuboid is one of the small bones of the midfoot that can lose normal mobility as a result of an injury. A common complaint is pain with push-off along the outside of your

By |January 22nd, 2017|foot pain, running|

Professional athletes like Kobe and Alex Rodriguez have been doing it for years, but is it right for you?

Professional athletes, including Kobe and Alex Rodriguez have been doing it for years. Is it right for you? We are talking about PRP injections. Many of you may have heard of PRP- Platelet Rich Plasma - for the healing of many common musculoskeletal injuries like tendonitis, muscle strains, and ligament strains. But is the marketing

How PT can help with runners who have knee pain

I received a question recently from a runner who was having knee pain: "Hey Ed, I'm a long distance runner and I'm having some knee pain but I don't want to stop running. What types of things do PT's look at during an evaluation? Thanks, Signed "must keep running" Hi "must keep running", I applaud

By |April 25th, 2016|Knee pain, running|