Putting Your Best Foot  Forward on Race Day

The combination of 26 bones, 33 joints, 112 ligaments, and a network of tendons, nerves, and blood vessels all work together to establish the foundation needed to run. The balance, and support of a runners body solely depend on the foot. As you start to train for a big race, it's important to make certain your body's connection with the ground is in proper working order.
 

Dr. Millicent Brown, an active runner, is also a local podiatrist at    Carolina Foot & Ankle Health Center. Here are some tips offered by Dr. Brown to ensure that you can comfortably enjoy running and put your best forward on race day.


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