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Runners Knee Preservation Strategies with Dr. Kevin Stone

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking with legendary orthopedic surgeon Kevin Stone about runner’s knee and knee preservation strategies for runners. Dr. Segler: Normally I give a brief introduction of our guest. Frankly, I usually find it pretty easy to come up with a brief description of […]

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Sesamoid Injuries Are Risky For Runners

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On the Run Podcast, we’re talking about what a runner should do if you’re worried the pain under the big toe joint might be a sesamoid stress fracture. Sesamoid stress fractures may be one of the very worst injuries affecting runners. In fact, of all overtraining injuries […]

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5 Tips To Avoid Surgery Complications Common In July

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Summer has a dirty little secret… If you get injured and wander into the hospital in the summer months you are more likely to end up with a bad result. Believe it or not, statistically, you are even more likely to die. Your chances of dying in a hospital are highest […]

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Shin Splints: What to do if your shin splints won’t go away

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run podcast were talking about what to do if your shin splints won’t go away. If you’re a runner, the chances are good at some point in your running career you have had an aching, throbbing sensation in the front of your shins. And chances […]

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How Strict Rest can actually make your running injury last longer

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about how over-resting can actually slow down your recovery from a running injury. Is over-resting slowing your recovery? It might be. Sitting still is a killer for athletes. Not only does it bum you out, but a long period of immobilization […]

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You need new running shoes

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about why you should think about getting some new running shoes. Let’s face it, the primary tool used by runners are running shoes. Although we often think about heart rate monitors, GPS watches and all sort of fancy fabrics for our […]

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Overtraining Injury BS

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run podcast we’re talking about overtraining myths, and other B.S. that you need to know to avoid an overtraining injury. Whether you’re training for your first 5K, a half-marathon, Ironman triathlon or 100 mile ultramarathon, you have to put in lots of miles. To keep […]

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Lessons on plantar fasciitis for runners

Subscribe: iTunes | Android This past Thursday June 15, 2017 I was invited to lecture on Runners Heel: Pearls for Podiatric Physicians at the International Foot & Ankle Foundation Meeting conference at the Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. The attendees to this conference included podiatrists, foot and ankle surgeons and sports medicine specialists. The […]

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Iron Cowboy… 50 Ironmans in 50 States in 50 Days

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On the Run Podcast we have a truly inspirational guest: the Iron Cowboy, James Lawrence who is famous for settling two world records: both the number of Half Iron Distance triathlons done in one year and then in 2012 he also set a new world record for […]

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The Top 5 Worst Exercises for a Plantar Plate Tear

 Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about the five worst exercises you can do when you have a plantar plate sprain. Since we published the series of podcasts explaining the different conditions that can affect the ball of the foot we have had a lot of […]

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