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Home treatment can cure runner’s heel pain

Did you know that in the overwhelming majority of cases doctors will recommend that you perform simple home treatments before they prescribe medications or consider more invasive procedures like injections or surgery? This lesson explains how doctors (or even a runner who hasn’t been to the doctor) can treat heel pain with simple treatments that […]

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Runner’s heel pain is most often caused by plantar fasciitis, bursitis, or neuritis. One is inflammation of a ligament, another is inflammation of a little fluid filled sack called a “bursa” and the other is inflammation of a nerve that runs around the bottom of the heel. All three conditions end in “-itis” which means […]

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Can stem cell therapy help runners heal faster?

  Subscribe: iTunes | Android Can stem cell therapy help runners heal faster? Today we are talking about how runners use stem cells to get back to running faster. Every time I see a runner who isn’t getting better, it seems they are afraid. Afraid of not healing. Afraid of not being able to make […]

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5 biggest mistakes runners make when they think they have a neuroma

  Subscribe: iTunes | Android   Today we’re talking about the 5 biggest mistakes runners make when they think they have a neuroma. A neuroma in the foot is one of the more common running injuries that keeps runners from training. This is irritation of the nerve that runs between the metatarsal bones at the […]

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Troubleshooting the Top 5 running injuries: plantar fasciitis, metatarsal stress fracture, Achilles tendinitis, shin splints and IT band syndrome

Subscribe: iTunes | Android   Dr. Segler: Today we’re at A Runners Mind speaking with a true running shoe expert about the top-five running injuries: plantar fasciitis, metatarsal stress fracture, Achilles tendinitis, shin splints and IT band syndrome. We’re going to discuss the ways that runners can troubleshoot these injuries and keep running. We’re here […]

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Stem Cell Therapy

It may sound futuristic but stem cell therapy is actually available today. Let’s face it, runners aren’t average people and they don’t deserve to suffer with “average” treatments. With all of the amount of work we put into nutrition and training we don’t need to expect to suffer the limitations of surgical treatments or prolonged […]

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Vitamin D, muscle strength and how a runner can listen to the body to prevent running injuries

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about the importance of Vitamin D, muscle strength and how a runner can listen to the body to help prevent injury. Sinead Haughey: Today we have Dr. Christopher Segler joining us. Dr. Segler, thank you for joining us. Dr. Segler: Sure. […]

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Stresses and lifestyle habits that slow healing of the most common running injuries

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast, we’re talking about stresses and lifestyle habits that contribute to running injuries. This episode is a little different than others and that we are featuring a recorded portion of an interview for an injury prevention seminar that I was asked to help create […]

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Why runners have an unfair advantage when it comes to healing an injury

Subscribe: iTunes | Android To most runners an over-training injury is their worst nightmare. The reason injuries are so terrible to most runners is that they happen at the worst possible time. Since I have a sports medicine practice and it focuses on runners and triathletes, I can basically predict when I’m going to get […]

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Fracture walking boot: one of the worst treatments for a runner

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today we are talking about the fracture walking boot which is one of the worst treatments possible for an injured runner. Now, I’m sure that virtually everybody reading to this has seen someone in a fracture walking boot. Basically it’s a big Velcro boot that functions as a cast that you […]

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