The best shoes for running – advice from consultant trauma surgeon

Each individual needs to be looked at and
assessed whether you have pronated feet or supinated feet. You need to be looked at what
your leg length alignment is like to suit your needs best. So, going to a good running
shop or a good physiotherapy that has a running clinic will be the best advice. Asics, Brooks
and Hawker ones have very good shoes designed both for pronation and supination runners
and these need to be changed once every six months because they can fatigue. The whole
idea is to provide you with a good heel and art support and a nice forward taper and that
will get you going without any injury.

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