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Welcome to RunningShoeDoctor.com.  The goal of this blog is to spread as much information about running shoes and how they can be used as both a prevention and treatment of common injuries.  As a podiatrist and avid runner, I want to answer commonly asked questions that I hear in my own practice and eventually do reviews of different running sneakers from my unique perspective.  If you’ve ever had questions about how you run, the different types of running shoes, or what types of shoes you should be wearing, then you’re in the right place.  This blog is constantly evolving, so if you have any suggestions or questions, feel free to comment.

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Over the past few years, more and more attention has been drawn to the heel drop a shoe.  This is the difference between the height that your heel is off of the ground vs the ball/forefoot.  For reference, the average running shoe has a heel drop of 8-12mm, meaning tha...

I get asked this question very frequently, and it’s pretty easy to understand why.  There is plenty of information on the internet or your local store, but some of the information out there is either conflicting, or just a regurgitation of old adage that has already be...

This is one of the most common questions I hear from runners so it's fitting that it's also my first post.  Unfortunately, many runners don’t get around to asking me this question until it’s too late and they become injured, but hopefully you're here before that happen...

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