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IF THE SHOE FITS: RUNNING SHOE GUIDE




The average moderately active person take around 7,500 step/day. If you maintain that daily average and live until 80 years of age, you'll have walked about 216,262,500 steps in your lifetime. Doing the math; the average person with the average stride living until 80 will walk a distance of around 110,000 miles.

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Ontario Podiatrists Participate in the Walk to Conquer Cancer

Congrats to OPMA members on the September 12th, 2015 walkathon.


Drs. Neil Naftolin (far right),  Steve Haber (far left and front row), Sam Ber, Bob Chelin (left back row) Kel Sherkin, and Danny Rosenthal.

Source: PM News [9/17/15]

Members of the Ontario Podiatric Medical Association (OPMA) offered their services at the various stops along the route. They provided foot care ranging form blister care to applying strapping for the multiple foot and ankle strains. 

Under the lead of Dr. Neil Naftolin, the other podiatrists who offered their assistance were Drs. Steve Haber, Sam Ber, Bob Chelin  Kel Sherkin, and Danny Rosenthal.

Hope to see your feet at the 2016 Walk to Conquer Cancer on September 10. 






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