Off-the-shelf orthotics offer relief of running injuries
from The Globe and Mail
It's one of those debates that pits clinicians in the trenches against scientists in the lab: Can sticking a specially shaped insert into your running shoe really cure injuries? "Clinically, we know that it works, we know that it relieves pain," says Reed Ferber, a University of Calgary kinesiology research and director of the university's Running Injury Clinic. "But the question is: How?"
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