Bunions: Not so fun-ion

Anyone who’s been lucky enough to get to know their grandparents has probably known someone with bunions.  They commonly develop over years and years of stress, eventually leading to a bunion, which is a bony structure on the base of the big toe.  There are several...

Sandals: The Last Resort?

It’s summer time in Oregon, which means the sun is out, the weather is nice (although maybe just a touch too hot), and people are getting outside and enjoying all there is in the Eugene area.  When it gets as hot as it’s been, people tend to start wearing different...

August is National Love Your Feet Month

Foot or ankle pain can be due to many things such as sprains, tendonitis, or bone spurs. A recent study by the APMA (American Podiatric Medical Association) revealed 77% of Americans experience foot pain, but only 1/3 seek expert care. Below are some basic exercises...

Buckling Down on ACL Tears

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears are a common and devastating injury, especially in athletes.  If you regularly watch any sports or sport news shows, you’ll see a new player sitting out for a season with an ACL tear seemingly every week.  ACL tears occur more...

A pinch of this, a dash of that…

Pinching in the shoulder, a phenomenon usually attributed to impingement, is an incredibly common complaint among those people who have shoulder pain.  Impingement is typically believed to be caused by some structure (typically a tendon) being “pinched” as the...

Dog Owners More Likely to Meet Fitness Benchmarks

It turns out our furry friends have more to offer us than companionship and unconditional love. Based on multiple studies, dog owners are generally healthier and more likely to meet national fitness benchmarks than non-owners. How likely? According to the American...

Was Mom Wrong About Posture?

Poor posture continues to get a bad rap by the news, the general population, and everyone’s mother.  Everyone has heard that slouching is bad for your neck, back, and shoulders, and if everyone knows it, that must mean it’s true.  After all, a lot of those so-called...

Rotator Cuff Tear? Shed No Tears

As far as shoulder injuries go, rotator cuff tears (RCT) are incredibly common.  They also have a knack for being pretty painful.  Some RCTs are described as getting stabbed with a knife, and sometimes they have similar symptoms as someone having a heart attack when...

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1020 Green Acres Road
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Eugene, OR 97408
(541) 654-0274

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When running, you can exert forces up to 4 times your body weight.

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1020 Green Acres Rd Ste 11 Eugene, OR 97408

(541) 654-0274

Fax (541) 228-9121


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Monday: 7AM-6PM
Tuesday: 7AM-6PM
Wednesday: 7AM-6PM
Thursday: 7AM-6PM
Friday: 7AM-6PM
Saturday: Closed
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