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Christopher Neville, PhD, an associate professor in the physical therapy education department at Upstate and co-director of the Motion Analysis Laboratory at the Institute for Human Performance (photo by Jim Howe)
Christopher Neville, PhD, an associate professor in the physical therapy education department at Upstate and co-director of the Motion Analysis Laboratory at the Institute for Human Performance (photo by Jim Howe)

Keeping feet and ankles strong and healthy involves several factors

Can going barefoot sometimes be good for your feet? Should you wear compression stockings? When do your feet require medical attention? These and other issues concerning foot health are explained by Christopher Neville, PhD, an associate professor in the physical therapy education department at Upstate and co-director of the Motion Analysis Laboratory at the Institute for Human Performance. He also discusses the role of the ankle as well as common problems like plantar fasciitis and pain or ruptures in the Achilles tendon. Some of these issues were touched on in a recent Real Simple magazine article in which he was featured.
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