A Guide to Running-Related Foot Injuries

Feet are one of the most important parts of the body, keeping us upright, mobile, and balanced for life’s everyday activities. But runners have a special relationship with feet. Feet are the reason for their running success—but feet can also let runners down when they need them the most.

In this blog, the Arlington podiatrists at AllCare Foot & Ankle Center will outline the most common foot and ankle injuries in runners. You’ll learn the causes, signs, and symptoms of these injuries, as well as ways to avoid these injuries so you can keep running and making fitness improvements.



If you suspect you have any of these injuries, pay a visit to AllCare Foot & Ankle Center to learn about your treatment options. With a little rest and the right treatment regimen, we can help you get back and your feet and back on your runs. Schedule an appointment today!

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