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Manx Qualye, DPM, podiatrist at Aurora Foot and Ankle, says "The big problem in the winter is if your joints get cold then that can create problems with the synovial fluid, because the joint is not going to function as well when it is cold and it can create cartilage issues and arthritis with the joint being too cold and you are trying to push through. You want to keep your joints as warm as possible."
 
Dr. Manx Quayle
 
 
There are also shoes designed for running in the winter. Some have cleat-like spikes on the bottom to aid in grip if someone were to be running in a place that might have some patches of ice. Most all shoes designed for winter running also have a harder sole. Dr. Quayle recommends finding a running shoe that is best tailored to your needs, which can be accomplished at most sports stores.
 
Source: Rhiannon Walker, webcenter 11 (NBC) [12/5/17]  
 
Courtesy of Barry Block, editor of PM News.  
 
Brought to you by Doctor John A. Hardy, owner of Toronto's Foot Clinic, Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics.
 
 

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