4/21/20 WEBINAR | Fashion Footwear Does Not Belong In Medicine Or Fitness
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST
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Presented by Dr. Ray McClanahan
Dr. Ray will discuss basic foot anatomy and explain a natural foot health approach that focuses on building foot strength, restoring alignment, and maintaining optimal foot function. The material will include the background of footwear and how it pertains to foot health, as well as reviewing some of the common foot ailments, including prevention and treatments.
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dr. Ray McClanahan was born in Port Angeles, Washington to Larry and Judi McClanahan. He completed his undergraduate studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Education. Next, he attended Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine (now Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine), and graduated in 1995. Upon graduation, he completed a two-year podiatric, surgical residency training in Portland, Oregon, at Legacy Health Systems and Kaiser Permanente as a Podiatric Physician and Surgeon.
Dr. McClanahan’s practice, Northwest Foot & Ankle in Portland, Oregon, allows him to care for those who find their highest joy when in motion. In his 18 years as a podiatrist, he has learned that most foot problems can be corrected by restoring natural foot function. He is also the inventor of Correct Toes, silicone toe spacers. His professional goal is to provide quality natural foot health services with an emphasis on sports medicine, preventative and conservative options as well as education on proper footwear.
Dr. McClanahan is an active runner and athlete. In 1999, he finished 14th in the U.S. National Men’s Cross-Country Championships and had a near Olympic Trials qualifying 5,000 meter mark of 13:56 in 2000. He then qualified for the World Duathlon Championships in 2001.”