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  • June 2008 | Volume 21 - Issue 6
    Here one can see an example of a shoe with poor flexion stability.The shoe should not flex across the midfoot.
    By Douglas Richie Jr., DPM
    17,823 reads | 0 comments | 06/03/08
    What is a good running shoe? How often are you asked this question? It seems that whenever a stranger learns that you are a podiatric physician, the first question he or she asks is about a shoe. Rather than asking how we can prevent foot amputations in patients with diabetes, the average American is more interested in what shoe a podiatrist is recommending. Yet when it comes to footwear recommendations, most podiatric physicians have very little objective information on which to base their opinions. Having 25 years of clinical experience in podiatric sports medicine practice, I wou ... continue reading
    By M. Joel Morse, DPM
    5,188 reads | 0 comments | 06/03/08