Winter time is here and with that comes tropical winter vacations. A time when we shed our thick jackets, long underwear and winter boots for shorts, tank tops and sandals. All too often as Pedorthists we see people go off to their vacations and come back with foot injuries. There are a combination of factors involved in an increased rate of foot injuries during winter vacations:
This year’s Symposium, taking place from April 20-21 at the beautiful Westin Resort and Spa in Whistler BC, promises to be an exciting event filled with informative keynotes, interactive workshops and industry networking.
The full Symposium outline will soon be available on the website, but in the meantime you can check out the promotional flyer here to see some of the highlights.
Here is a list of the Top 5 things you should resolve to do for better foot and lower limb health:
If you have one resolution for better foot and lower limb health, stretching should be it!
Stretching reduces muscle tension, improves range of motion, increases coordination, and it can even increase circulation and energy levels. Most of us are less active in the winter months and don’t feel like braving the cold temperatures for some exercise, and stretching is the perfect remedy to keep you limber and healthy over the winter season and throughout the rest of the year.