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During jogging or running, the 26 bones, 33 joints, 112 ligaments, and a network of tendons, nerves, and blood vessels that make up the foot all work together. That's why you need to condition your body, build up to a routine, and stretch your muscles, tendons, and ligaments before and after each run. Debilitating muscle strain or more serious injury can result when runners or joggers don't build up their routines and allow their bodies to strengthen over time.
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Conventional wisdom has often held that 100% cotton socks are the best for your feet. It is a natural material, so it must be good for you, right? Cotton socks are actually not my favorite. I tend to prefer a blend of acrylic or other natural fibers like wool. What is wrong with cotton? Cotton fibers tend to hold and absorb more heat and moisture. Acrylic is better at wicking - or removing - heat and moisture from your skin. Cotton fibers also tend to get compressed by your foot and shoe. They don't "bounce back" as well, so the cushioning or shock absorption is not as good.
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4 Convenient Wisconsin Podiatry Office Locations
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Wauwatosa, WI Podiatry Office
10125 West North Avenue
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
414.257.0676
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New Berlin, WI Podiatry Office
3610 Michelle Witmer Memorial Dr.
Suite 110
New Berlin, WI 53151
262.821.1588
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Mequon, WI Podiatry Office
10945 N. Port Washington Road
Mequon, WI 53092
414.228.6444
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Oak Creek, WI Podiatry Office
7001 S. Howell Ave. Suite 500
Oak Creek, WI 53154
414.764.4500
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  • ankle sprain treatment
  • bunion treatment
  • children foot care
  • diabetic foot care
  • flat feet
  • foot health for women
  • hammertoe treatment
  • heel pain treatment
  • heel spur treatment
  • ingrown toenail treatment
  • neuropathy treatment
  • milwaukee orthotics
  • milwaukee sports medicine podiatrist
  • toenail fungus treatment
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From heel pain to ankle sprains, our Milwaukee, Wisconsin (WI) board certified podiatrists offer exceptional care for your foot or ankle pain with extraordinary results. At Milwaukee Foot & Ankle Specialists, we have the most cutting edge and innovative technology available in the field of podiatry. Having digital scanning technology for orthotics, digital X-rays, diagnostic ultrasound, PRP, shockwave therapy, laser for toenail fungus removal, and more all available at a moment's notice allows you to save time and money. We look forward to helping you!
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  • “I went to Dr. McCartan's office last week after having foot pain for several years. Before him, I went to several other offices, tried physical therapy and shoe inserts - nothing really worked. In one office visit, my pain has already improved! Plus, he really spent time with me explaining why my foot was hurting, and how we were going to prevent the pain from coming back. Thanks so much! ”
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  • Dr. Milke is the best for the whole family! You are not just a number at MFS. Dr. Milke and staff are truly concerned about the patient!
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During jogging or running, the 26 bones, 33 joints, 112 ligaments, and a network of tendons, nerves, and blood vessels that make up the foot all work together. That's why you need to condition your body, build up to a routine, and stretch your muscles, tendons, and ligaments before and after each run. Debilitating muscle strain or more serious injury can result when runners or joggers don't build up their routines and allow their bodies to strengthen over time.
learn more button
flyer banner
Conventional wisdom has often held that 100% cotton socks are the best for your feet. It is a natural material, so it must be good for you, right? Cotton socks are actually not my favorite. I tend to prefer a blend of acrylic or other natural fibers like wool. What is wrong with cotton? Cotton fibers tend to hold and absorb more heat and moisture. Acrylic is better at wicking - or removing - heat and moisture from your skin. Cotton fibers also tend to get compressed by your foot and shoe. They don't "bounce back" as well, so the cushioning or shock absorption is not as good.
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