Dr. Segler is different in that I felt heard, didn’t feel patronized and I felt like he prioritized getting me back to running as soon possible as much as I did. – runner in San Francisco
Say you’re out hiking in the middle of nowhere and BAAM! You turn your ankle! Dr. Segler gives us an amazing interview on what to do if you twist your ankle and think you’ve sprained it, how to prevent such injuries in the first place, why buying too big of hiking shoes or boots may not be the best idea, […]
In this episode Dr. Chris Segler speaks of his experience as a physician working in a traditional practice that accepts health insurance, and why he switched to a private practice that does not accept insurance, and why this is better for both the patient and the doctor. He also explains why when out of network, […]
Maui, Hawaii. Today Doc On the Run (Dr. Christopher Segler) was lecturing to a large group of podiatrists, sports medicine doctors and foot and ankle surgeons at the International Foot & Ankle Foundation’s 36th Annual Hawaii Seminar. Dr. Segler was invited to speak on the topic of “Runner’s Heels: Pearls for Management.” When asked about […]
Maui, Hawaii. Today Doc On the Run (Dr. Christopher Segler) was lecturing to a large group of podiatrists, sports medicine doctors and foot and ankle surgeons at the International Foot & Ankle Foundation’s 36th Annual Hawaii Seminar. Dr. Segler was invited to speak on the topic of “When do runners REALLY have to stop running?” […]
Dr. Christopher Segler was invited to speak to Podiatry Students at the California School of Podiatric Medicine’s Student Chapter of the American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management. The primary reason Dr. Segler was invited to speak at the school was because he wrote a book teaching podiatrists how to set up a house calls-based practice […]
Dr. Christopher Segler was invited to get several lectures at the International Foot and Ankle Foundation 23rd Annual Las Vegas Seminar. The task was to help other podiatrists, foot and ankle surgeons and sports medicine specialist understand the keys to helping injured runners continue running. His talks were entitled When Do Runner’s REALLY Have to […]
5 Injuries That You Shouldn’t Treat Yourself And Require A Doctor According to Dr. Christopher Segler, an award-winning podiatrist and owner of Doc on the Run based in the San Francisco Bay area, not all blisters actually need to be popped. Though draining it relieves pressure, it can also let bacteria in.
Finished Ironman Santa Rosa, the other day with no foot issues! Thanks so much. Pain was gone as if nothing happened 2 weeks after our appt. Could a cuboid stress reaction/peroneal tenosynovitis heal that fast? Thanks again! Gary M, San Ramon, CA
Today we welcome Dr. Chris Segler who was a competitive triathlete and is a doctor who specializes in working with endurance athletes. I first found Chris on his Doc On The Run podcast. Chris has an attitude of keeping the athlete going if at all possible while working through an injury and we talk about […]
The attendees to this conference included podiatrists, foot and ankle surgeons and sports medicine specialists. The lecture was on runner’s heel pain and I was discussing the differences between plantar fasciitis, infracalcaneal bursitis, neuritis and stress fractures of the heel bone. Listen to the podcast here!
Why You Shouldn’t Take Time Off When Injured – Dr. Christopher Segler Most of us have been there. You’re in the thick of training just a few weeks away from your big goal race, and then one morning you step out of bed to discover a new pain – a pain far worse than the […]
Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run we’re talking with Pro Triathlete Jess Smith about all the special considerations surrounding running, training and maintaining fitness before and after pregnancy. Dr. Chris Segler: Jess is an amazing athlete. She got a Kona slot in only her second Ironman and then became the […]
Dr Christopher Segler, (Doc On The Run) was invited to speak to podiatrists, foot surgeons and sports medicine doctors about Runner’s Heel Pain. The seminar was organized by International Foot and Ankle Foundation and was co-sponsored by the Hawaii Podiatric Medical Association and was held Oct 15 – 22, 2016 at Grand Hyatt Kauai, Koloa, Hawaii, […]
San Francisco Based podiatrist Dr. Christopher Segler set a new world record in the 5 mile distance in Perth, Ontario, Canada…well, kinda! In truth, it was a new world record which will be recorded in the 2016 Guinness Book of World Records. But not to be confused, “Doc On The Run” did not do this […]
Dr. Christopher Segler, a San Francisco-based sports medicine podiatrist and foot surgeon ran the China Camp Challenge half marathon trail race on Saturday February 7, 2015. The race was set on the trails in the China camp state park in San Rafael California.
Dr. Christopher Segler a sports medicine podiatrist based in San Francisco ran the 2012 Chevron Houston Marathon. He says the course was fun, flat and fast.
Custom orthotics are simply the best way to correct subtle imbalances in the foot and ankle that can lead to running injuries. A custom orthotic is not just an arch support or a custom foot bed with extra cushioning. A custom running orthotic is a completely custom made medical device designed to control abnormal motion, correct for alignment problems and correct faulty biomechanics that can lead to running-related injury.
March 22, 2010 - San Francisco, CA. San Francisco Podiatrist and Foot Surgeon Dr. Christopher Segler has created an educational video clip to illustrate what exactly takes place in surgery when arthritis destroys the cartilage in the big toe joint.
This article will explain everything you need to know about ingrown toenails: how you cause ingrown toenails and how you can treat ingrown toenails at home. - by San Francisco Podiatrist and Toenail Surgeon, Dr. Christopher Segler.
San Francisco, CA - March, 1, 2010: Ingrown toenails are one of the most common (and most painful) foot problems treated by podiatrists. Many people will search the internet looking for the best ingrown toenail home remedies or quick fixes to cure the ingrown toenail. But local San Francisco podiatrist Dr. Christopher Segler has a better solution.
San Francicso, CA - March 11, 2010: Dr. Christopher Segler (a runner and ironman triathlete in San Francisco) discusses a new study from UCSF about sports drinks implicated as causing diabetes. Although sports drinks are loaded with sugar, runners and triathletes need those sugars to keep up with the depletion of glycogen stores when they exercise. So don't be concerned that drinking Gatorade or Powerade while you run will cause diabetes. Read the full story on MyRunningDoc for the details.
What if you could go for a run instead of sitting around reading outdated magazines in a doctors office? Have the doctor come right to your office instead. Our Podiatrist makes house calls, whether to your home, office or hotel room.
Diabetes is the leading cause of non-traumatic amputations in the United States and the San Francisco Bay Area. Although the number of diabetic foot amputations continues to rise, you can take steps to make sure it doesn’t happen to you.
Did you know that the average patient wait in a doctor’s office is 68 minutes. Add to that time spent driving across town, looking for parking and walking to the office and you could spend half a day just getting to the doctor. With a house call, the doctor will wait on you!
Many people have trouble getting to the doctor but need thick painful nails trimmed. Medical Pedicure at Home packages are available to bring the Podiatrist right to you. No more wasting a whole morning trying to get Dad to the foot doctor. Now the foot doctor will come right to you! Call 415-308-0833 for an in home appointment today!
If you are a runner with Achilles tendon pain and swelling that just won't go away, you should know about Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). PRP is a new treatment alternative to surgery. It is one of the best treatment options for runners with chronic tendinitis.
If you think you have an ankle sprain, a house call may be just what you need. Our foot award-winning foot and ankle surgeon can come right to your home or office. No need to wait for 6 hours in the Emergency Room. We can see you between meetings at work, arrange x-rays (if needed) and get you on the path to recovery