TAGteach; What is it? How does it work? – by Resonance Podiatrist Katie Vodanovich

The best way to see improved outcomes in our patients is with creativity, fun and positive reinforcement. Continue reading “TAGteach; What is it? How does it work? – by Resonance Podiatrist Katie Vodanovich”

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Idiopathic Toe Walking

Toe walking is believed to naturally occur as a child is developing a tandem heel-toe walking gait, and the heel-toe gait patterning becomes consistent generally prior to 24 months of age. Persistent toe walking beyond two years of age can be a cause for concern, and warrants further investigation in some cases as it can indicate possible underlying neuromuscular disorder. Continue reading “Idiopathic Toe Walking”

Running Economy Part II – Biomechanical Factors by Darren Barclay

In a previous article, we presented the topic of running economy (RE) and how important it is for both elite and recreational runners. Running economy is a complex, multifactorial concept that combines metabolic, cardiorespiratory, biomechanical (movement) and neuromuscular characteristics during submaximal effort. By improving your RE, you will be rewarded with more enjoyable running for many years. Continue reading “Running Economy Part II – Biomechanical Factors by Darren Barclay”

Football Injuries – by Resonance Podiatrist Hannah Carlsen

Football is currently dominating both around the globe and in NZ. It requires a vast amount strength, speed, agility, balance, stamina and technical ability. Therefore, football carries a significant risk of injuries for the weekend warriors to the elite. We all know how frustrating it can be when sustaining an injury and nothing is worse than sitting on the sideline and watching your team play. Therefore, we need to be efficient and sensible when dealing with injuries not only to manage the current injury but work on injury prevention to reduce recurrence so you can get back on the pitch maximizing your full potential.

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Resonance Podiatry have a new website!

We’re very pleased to announce that we have a new, completely upgraded website! The new site has been designed to ensure its functionality on mobile devices and has many new aspects and integrated features. Please take a stroll through www.respod.co.nz and check out our all-singing, all-dancing new site!

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Exciting podiatry internship opportunity at Resonance!

Resonance Graduate Opportunity

resonance: 

  •  a relationship of mutual understanding or trust and agreement between people; rapport kinship, affinity – a close connection marked by community of interests or similarity in nature or character;
  •  quality of richness or variety;
  • a quality that makes something personally meaningful or important to someone.

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    We offer the right podiatry graduate a paid internship that provides:

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Wellington Triathlete takes Resonance Podiatry’s Run3 for a test run.

Our leading each Run3 gait assessment technology can offer athletes functional analysis of their running gait.

Matt Berg of Tri Wellington recently visited Resonance Podiatrist Darren Barclay for his gait analysis.

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Why Should I Care About Running Economy?

Running is a popular recreational and fitness activity enjoyed by hundreds of millions or people around the world. Its accessibility is arguably only surpassed by walking in terms of financial investment, equipment and skill required to reap its rewards. The rewards of cardio vascular exercise are many, and well documented. As in life, were there is reward there is risk, and the most common risk from running participation is the development of an overuse injury. Continue reading “Why Should I Care About Running Economy?”