Health Magazine—March 11, 2014
Shopping for new running shoes this spring? With conflicting studies about which type (motion control, minimalist) helps reduce injury, it’s hard to figure out the best pair to pick.
Lisa Callahan, MD, co-director of the Women’s Sports Medicine Center at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City: “While wearing the wrong shoe doesn’t account for all injuries, it’s worth investing in one that will minimize your risk.”
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