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Fat Pad Atrophy in Runners

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On the Run podcast we’re talking about fat pad atrophy in runners. One of the less common ways you can get pain in the ball of the foot is if the cushioning within the foot becomes diminished. If that happens it can feel like you’re walking on […]

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5 signs your doctor may not be on your team

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Is Your Doctor Really On Your Team? Today on the Doc On The Run podcast we’re talking about 5 signs your doctor may not be on your team. If you’ve been training for a marathon or any other event and you suffer a running injury the first thing that happens is […]

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Top 5 Ankle Sprain Myths for Runners

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run podcast we’re talking about the top five ankle sprain myths for runners. Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries that brings an athlete to the emergency room. Of course, as we talked about before, the emergency room may be the very worst […]

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Difference between metatarsal stress fractures, Morton’s neuroma, plantar plate sprains and osteochondritis

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today we’re going to talk about how you can tell the difference between metatarsal stress fractures, Morton’s neuroma, plantar plate sprains and osteochondritis. In previous episodes we talked about the different causes of pain in the ball of the foot in runners. We talked about the differences between Morton’s neuroma, plantar […]

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Osteochondritis in runners

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run podcast we’re talking about pain in the ball of the foot in runners caused by a condition called “osteochondritis.” If you are a runner and you have pain in the ball of the foot there are really only a few conditions that could be […]

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Plantar Plate Sprain in Runners

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast were talking about all the special considerations for runners when they seek treatment for a plantar plate sprain. Plantar Plate Sprains are tough for Runners Sharp or aching pain in the ball of the foot can be distracting when you run. Although there […]

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Neuroma treatment is different in runners

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Neuroma Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast were talking about all the special considerations for runners when they seek treatment for a neuroma. If you are a runner and you have pain in the ball of the foot there are really only a few conditions that could be causing […]

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PRICE The first steps when you have a running injury

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about the first steps you should take when you think you have an overtraining injury. Overtraining injuries come in lots of different forms. Metatarsal stress fractures, Achilles tendinitis, peroneal tendinitis, and plantar fasciitis, they all may affect different structures but what […]

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What does metatarsalgia mean to a runner?

 Subscribe: iTunes | Android If you are a runner and you start having pain in the ball of your foot, you might be worried that you have a stress fracture. So you have a couple of choices. One option is to go see your local orthopedist or sports medicine podiatrist. The second option is […]

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What if you sprain your ankle on a trail run?

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run podcast we’re going to talk about the basic thing you should think about if you believe you need treatment after you sprain your ankle on a trail run. the time he feels his ankle give way, his arms are already outstretched to brace for […]

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