Like all runners, Nicole Haber dreads any injury that keeps her from her sport. So when she found herself struggling after an ankle injury two years ago, Haber, a 32-year-old regular in New York City road races, was open to all solutions to get back to running. When her orthopedist suggested custom-made orthotics she went for them, even at the steep cost of $500.
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