Say No to Foot Injuries This Hunting Season

People often associate foot injuries with sports and fitness; you came down too hard on your right ankle during that dunk, or heel pain brought your weekly jog to a standstill. But hunters, no matter the season, are at great risk for these injuries, too. The key thing to remember is safety, knowledge, and investing in equipment that protects you.

As a hunter, you recognize that caution is a backbone, saving yourself and others from unreasonable harm. You’ve thoroughly learned gun and bow safety and can easily secure yourself in a tree stand. When it comes to your feet, though, you might forget that these necessities are carrying you to your next prize. Don’t let a foot injury keep you down this hunting season.

What are the most common foot injuries that we see from hunters?

The most common foot injuries we see are:

Events like falling out of your tree stand or not minding the uneven terrain around you often lead to these dramatic ends. Remember your inherent caution, and you will arrive prepared.

How can I prevent foot injuries like these?

I’m unsure of what shoes are the best for my feet.

Give us a call, or contact us today to set up a time for a consultation! We’re all about supporting your active lifestyle.

Don’t let procrastination get the best of you! If you do experience any of these foot injuries, set up an appointment with us, sooner rather than later.

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